Today it is really hot, found out that the heat record was broken in this area today. The last record was set in 1936 with 30.6 today was 30.7. Amazing, only 3 days ago we were freezing. My family is chilling out.
Today I had to deal with a radio that didn’t want to shut off. No matter what, off button didn’t work, shutting off the engine didn’t work, nothing worked and of course you don’t want to drain the battery of the engine. I got some amazing help from Mark. We both don’t know much about that stuff but we managed…
Just getting up. Our routine, all my dog companions out for a walk, after clean the litter box and then ready for breakfast. Here is the feline line up for breakfast.
During one of our walks. You wouldn’t believe how many people ask me if I am a dog walker or if they can take a picture of us all. They have no idea that there are three more family members in the motor-home, till I of course tell them.
On our way to Richmond, ON I decided to go through Algonquin Park rather then taking the large highways. This way we were able to have some wonderful hikes. On the way to Algonquin I stopped and look at a log chute. This one, just south west of Algonquin Park is the only one of its kind left in Ontario.…
Today we came through Fenelon Falls and stayed beside Hwy 35 in Minden for the night. Pretty rainy but beautiful to see everything.
Our 2nd presentation was in Udora, ON. I gave a seminar on behavior issues. Super people, super day, really awesome.
Making sure all is OK with our home. It smelled like something was burning while driving on the highway. I have super support from the dealer I bought my motor-home from.
My family is really used to our new environment and enjoying every bit of it. Maiara is helping me planning out our route.
I had a film crew here today. We had a great time. Getting interviewed really makes you think. Glad we had such a lovely day. I hope I an show you some of what was filmed soon.