Toronto's Zoo & Glen Rouge CG
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Another great day!
The mere 48 miles through
First, here’s how the highways work (I think). There are 3 lanes called “the collector” and you use those lanes to exit or enter the highway. There are 3 lanes further left, parallel to the collector, separated by concrete, called “the express” and that’s for straight driving. You cannot exit the highway system from the express, but you can exit to the collector.
So here’s the deal.
Trucks here drive, as Jazy described it, more like they are cars than trucks: tailgating, excessive speed, and swerving in and out of lanes. We prefer more conservative behavior by enormous trucks. I worried about them sideswiping me as they erratically would weave along. They were scary!
I did not kiss the ground when we arrived, but I wanted to.
This blog will be short - its 10:30 and I’m tired.
Glen Rouge Campground is wonderful!! It is lovely, peaceful, and green with water and electric on grass along the
Karen in the campground office gave us maps, directions for public transit into
The famous Toronto Zoo was our afternoon fun ($21 adults, $13 Lia). A 3-mile easy drive in Ciao and lots of zoo parking ($10). We rested and snacked mid-day in the RV, returning when it was mostly empty. Delightful! A beautiful day with mid-80’s temps.
Our campground neighbors are great- some from B.C. and others from
Lia’s 11th birthday is tomorrow so Jazy helped her bake a cake. Exciting! We'll visit in-town
The G-8 conference is north of here this weekend and the G-20 is here in
Gas this morning was $.98. A liter. Times 3.8 to get a gallon! Exchange rate is 1 to 1. So I guess that $2.95/gallon in
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