Yesterday I said I was a bit homesick. Today we are back in Canada where we fell more comfortable for a few reasons
- Walmarts here have Wi-Fi
- the parking lot does not have a bunch of 1000w car stereos
- The ebola fear is on hold for now
- there are more Tim Horton’s
The other reason we feel at home is that we went to Leaskdale today to see Lucy Maud Montgomery’s other home. Unfortunately we got delayed in Toronto traffic and could not reach anyone from the Society to open the doors after our late arrival. . . It is off season here also.
As you can see the sun was setting when we got there.
Here is a touched up version
So tonight we are in Aurora, home of Lester B Pearson.
We are also on Yonge street, the longest street in the world, extending from Toronto, through Aurora, and up past Newmarket.
We have also reached the 5000 km mark of our journey.