She Said–Trip to Canada

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We’re Off!  Off across the border.  Off to Canada’s Georgian Bay.  Off to see cousins.  Off to a week on a lake.


And then we came to a stop.

Traffic in Toronto was backed up, so we just took an exit.  The Hunni figured if we weren’t going anywhere we might as well stop for gas. . .

. . .and rootbeer floats.

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As we were entering the restaurant, I said, “Hey, Look!  There is a picture of me on the window!”

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And Baseball Boy said, “You look cute in your orange sweater.”

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And so I gave him a kick to the seat of his pants.  He is taking after his father too early.

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Now this Little Man has grown up since last summer.

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Loaded down with root bear floats, we didn’t mind sitting in Toronto traffic.

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We had the best time with my cousin Will and Sue.

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Eloise drove a boat.

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Cousin caught up.

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Little Man fished.

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Scout knee boarded.

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Little Man fished some more.

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Everyone applied sunscreen.

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Everyone boated.

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Everyone water skied, or knee boarded, or inner tubed, or wake boarded.

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Everyone wiped out.

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Everyone had fun.

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Everyone played hard.

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Everyone ate well.

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Thanks so much Will and Sue for sharing the cottage, your kids, and your company.

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We left the cottage looking like drowned river rats, but we had the best time.

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And we even saw a bear.

But even more surprising, we saw The Hunni’s sister and family who were vacationing a couple of lakes over.  (They live in Oregon, so this was a distant meeting!)  Unfortunately, they arrived the day we pulled out, so we only visited for a little over an hour, and I forgot to take photos.

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(Our daughters.  I hope this is the beginning of their friendship.)

A quick stop at my good friend Anonymous Carol’s place. . .

And we headed back to the U.S.A.

–rebecca

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