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 featured Tim’s own personal creations, the apple fritter and the dutchie. Not surprisingly, these large “doughy” creations became the most popular donut choices in the 60’s and remain 2 of the most popular today.
SEATTLE – SHORT BUT SWEET!
A mere 40 hours in Seattle with 16 of them sleeping – what a shame!
We stayed 2 nights at Maplegrove RV Resort, 12417 Hwy 99, Everett, WA ($48.96/nite) – 20 minutes north of the city. They are open all year, there are 87 sites with 20/30/50 amp service and they advertise themselves as Seattle’s Premier RV Resort. I hate to see what the non-premier RV resorts look like…