Richard and I decided instead of going back to Minnesota to enter Canada, we would go straight north from Morgantown, through Niagara Falls into Ontario. We will do that tomorrow and then we will head west along the top of the Great Lakes. We have never seen that part of Canada. I'm excited about seeing new places. I'll let you know tomorrow night how the trip through customs goes. Some of you have heard the stories we've faced at the border. Fingers crossed it all goes smoothly this time.
I've taken some pictures during this past week, which sorta sums up some of the things we did. Hope you enjoy them.
Until next time,
Blackberry bushes blooming in my sister's yard.
Rhododendron (WV state flower) at its finest.
Knock out roses Richard planted in Nancy's
Flower bed. He planted two, one from him and me
and one from our cousin Sandy. They were both loaded
This is for Walker Norman. That white thing in the
distance is the WVU Coliseum
Home of the Mountaineers
My sister near her daughter's grave site
I am standing next to Chrissy's final resting place.
If I walked straight ahead, over the knoll for about
a half a mile, I would be in the backyard of the home
where Chrissy lived with her family for several years.
They will be able to ride there on the golf cart. From the
point where I am standing there is a 360-degree panoramic view.
So peaceful and beautiful.