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Oct 25, 2014 - On the road again.

Mercredi Agnès et moi avons fait notre dernière promenade sur le parc des Ancres, sur le camping et les environs, ce fut une belle promenade, il y avait pas beaucoup de soleil mais la température était agréable. Finalement nous avons décidé de partir vendredi au lieu de samedi. En après midi on a fait un feu chez Réal et Huguette où il y avait Firmin et Mimi et Mario. Pour finir la saison on a décidé d'aller souper au Casseau du Fort à Coteau du Lac, il y avait Mimi, Lucille, Agnès, Mario, Firmin et moi, nous avons passé un dernier beau...

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Aug 7, 2014 - Ontario

August 3, 2014, We left Quebec City not knowing how far we would travel before stopping for the night. We traveled around Montreal and traffic was very heavy, as all the construction workers were ending their 2 week summer vacation and were on their way home. We again stopped at the information center as we entered into Ontario and they were as friendly and helpful as all the rest have been. We found a park named Grenville RV Park in Johnstown, Ontario. Turns out it is Ontario’s long weekend and they only had one spot they could park us in...

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Oct 20, 2013 - On the road again

Ces trois derniers jours Agnès et moi nous nous sommes mis en mode départ imminent, ce qui veux dire souper chez Martin vendredi, j'en ai profiter pendant que j'avais une bonne connexion internet de mettre mon GPS à jour une job de 90 minutes. Ensuite un dernier souper avec les petits enfants et leurs parents. On a mangé une pizza de luxe de chez Dorion pizza, on aura plus la chance de manger de la bonne pizza. = Samedi on range tout ce qui restait à ranger, on prépare la roulotte au départ prévu pour dimanche matin. En après-midi on prend...

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May 23, 2009 - Prescott Ontario to Cold Lake Alberta

Attacking our Bucket List By Dorothy Bush There are all kinds of camping: wilderness survival, fly-in/boat-in, backpacking, bicycling, motorcycling, and tenting with and without children as well as trailers of infinite size and variety. The camping experiences my husband, John, and I have enjoyed have matured over the years and I am glad of it. There are those who claim that dragging a small house down the highway isn’t camping, but I disagree. The camping experience is the same but the level of comfort afforded by an RV allows our aging...

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