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Sep 5, 2019 - Back in Burlington

Thursday 5th Sep A relaxing morning before a walk along the lake shore at Frenchman’s Bay, the nuclear power station is still there, now with a wind turbine to increase production. The lake has been really high, and washed out a lot of the shore, so that is being repaired. After tea we have a quick look at the video from our first visit here in 1995, we tried to find the bit with Cameron hollering, but no luck in the short time we had. A quick photo session before we leave. Greg drives us down to Burlington, it takes just over an hour by...

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Jun 25, 2011 - Van Haasters' in Burlington

On Saturday, we had made arrangements to visit Angela and her new family in Burlington, so we rescued Wandering Spirit from the Yorkdale parking lot and headed west. When we got there, the first thing we heard as we walked up to the house was Sadie, Angela's tiny dog, announcing that there were intruders. It was great to see Angela again, although we had met in Barrie just a week and a half earlier. Her fiance Mike was there, as well as his brother Robbie and his mother Brenda. His father, Ken, was spending the weekend with his parents in...

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Sep 13, 2009 - Bronte Creek Provincial Park - Burlington, Ontario - September 9 - 13, 2009

The decision to go to Bronte Creek these 4 nights was based solely on location. Joe wasn't able to get the week off work so in order for him to be able to camp too, at least at night, we decided on Bronte as it's only 40 minutes from our home in downtown Toronto and also about 40 minutes from his work. We have camped many times at Bronte since they opened the campground in 2001. Like Darlington Provincial Park in Oshawa, it's close enough to our home so even if we only have one night, we can still camp. Bronte has a total of 144 campsites...

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