Sunday was a very long day. First, the trek to Milton, Ontario, was 239 miles, more than we usually like to do. Second, along the way we discovered that the plastic underbody cover on our trailer came loose
Toronto was very interesting. It’s Canada’s largest city (5.5 million people). We first drove along the waterfront (Lake Ontario, naturally).
Very pretty, with lots of beautiful, and, I’m sure, very expensive, high-rise condominiums. We then drove by Rogers Centre, the domed home of the Toronto Blue Jays (and other sports teams),
We are staying at the Milton Heights Campground, a nice place, with, however, too many trees for our satellite dish.
Monday was the day to fix the underbelly problem. It involved only three trips to Home Depot: The first to get a piece of plywood (cut to size) and a bunch of screws,