It’s been quite a while since we’ve written anything…a whole lot has happened and this post is to bring everything up to date.
The month of June started with a race called the Sri Chinmoy run…we run a 1.1 km loop as many time as we can in 6 hours. It was held at the Royal Military College in Kinston Ontario.
The whole group before the run.
Linda having fun on the run.
Pierre having fun.
The counting tent…where people counted our circuits.
Way too much fun.
Both of us happy that Linda is on the leader board.
It’s a long run, but Linda stays happy.
While in Kingston, we met up with a friend from the past. It’s fun watching kids grow up.
Back to Owen sound and the storage unit with the motorcycle and trailer…we had to ride the motorcycle to Carleton Place and go over some paperwork and revisit the house for insurance.
We stopped in Peterborough to fuel up…look at that helmet head hair…I laughed so hard when I saw that.
Basil’s birthday back in town – Mississauga that is.
Fun family stuff!
Pierre and his parents at his brother’s.
Moving the trailer to Carleton Place we visited friends in Brighton…this was the nearby beach.
We found a place to hold the trailer until the house closed. Art’s storage.
Back to Owen sound to continue packing…this is not fun.
Mind you…golfing in the middle of packing is a happy thing to do…even if it was the first time we’d golfed in 10 years.
Thrilled not to be packing…the golf didn’t quite do it so we drove a friend down to North Hatley.
A beautiful town in the Eastern Townships of Quebec.
The view from the cottage beach.
Why North Hatley…Linda and I married in the quaint little church.
Of course no trip is complete without a hike up a mountain…we’ll end up at the top of Mount Orford.
Not quite there, but the view is getting better.
The shameless selfie at the top of the ski hill.
Linda at the top…well…pretty close.
The panorama from the boardwalk.
We’ll have to ski this one day.
We climbed all the way to the antennas at the top. Lots of fun…on the return they were setting up for Ribfest!
Quebec still has some beautiful round barns and at this one we get our maple syrup.
A nice lunch in a park in Stanstead Quebec.
The cool thing about that town is the border runs through it! The stage of the theatre is in Canada and the audience in the USA.
Back to reality…the Armenian Red Robe guy with the Big Hair made Mexican tamales.
Moving day…the U-Haul is loaded and we’re ready to head to our new home in Carleton Place.