Category Archives: Ontario

On the road again – welcome back!

Well…we have been on the road all summer but it’s mostly been in Southern Ontario, travelling between Barrie, Grimsby, Oakville and back again. Hardly seems blog worthy but it certainly was good to be home and in familiar surroundings – … Continue reading

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Tim Horton’s or Starbuck’s?

Located less than a mile from the gritty, industrial steel plant district of Hamilton, ON, at the corner of Ottawa St. and Dunsmure Rd., is the very 1st Tim Horton’s.  It opened in 1964, sold coffee for a quarter and … Continue reading

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Boondocking with Benefits

  We’ve scored some pretty amazing free camping spots over the last few weeks and we’re starting to get the hang of this “boondocking” stuff – baby steps though. What the heck is “boondocking” you ask? Also known as dry … Continue reading

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Our Southern Ontario home – tourist heaven!

We’re in our old home territory surrounded by family and friends yet it feels kinda weird. Why? Well we’ve been “tourists” for the past 10 months traveling to and staying in places outside our usual environment.   I never went … Continue reading

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Ontario – no admittance before May 1st!

We’re settling in to our spot at 50 Point Conservation Area & Marina in Winona, ON – between Stoney Creek and Grimsby – perfectly located on the shores of Lake Ontario.   The real reason we’re here is there are … Continue reading

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