We were having a ride in the car.
First stop: Bass Pro Shops
We looked at Kathryn's life jacket and looked around. There was a big tank of fish and a waterfall over the entrance. We also got mark's shoes and ate lunch.
Second stop: canadian tire
We looked at some life jackets and some UV suits.
Third stop: Bass Pro Shops (again)
Mummy Got Kathryn's life jacket while we drove around. On the way out, we saw roller coasters.
Fourth stop: price chopper
We got some food.
Final stop: THE COTTAGE!!
We unpacked and played.
Jenn and her dad took the boats out. Kathryn and daddy went in the canoe first. Then we had a turn. The cottage Olympics are here! Today we ran, we swam, we threw, we played badminton and ate cookies!
We did some canoeing and after luch... We went to Kawatrha dairy
one of the best ice cream shops in the world! Aiden had
Chocolate, and Mark had
Chocolate And Peanut Butter. Then
we went to Ritchie Falls. We explored, we climbed on rocks, found
frogs and a spider the size of our hands, Mark climbed through a rocky
cave tunnel, we had fun!
We made some paper boats, and had a boat sailing competition. Aiden won! We failed to catch some fish, but did catch some bugs:
In the morning we played
Count On Buzz Lightyear. Then we
went to a
ranger station with a tall tower and we climbed up to see the
view. After that we went to Dorset Museum. There were turtle
skeletons, shells, and a model of a machine to take logs up from one
lake to another. After a pub lunch we went to the famous Robinson's
Store, then to Buttermilk Falls where we explored and built inukshuks
at the end of the river. Then it rained. We went back to the cottage,
played some more games, and water started coming through the cottage
We used the rollercoaster road to get to Santa's Village where it's Christmas all year round. At Santa's Village we:
We packed up all our stuff and headed home. We stopped for lunch at Barrie and ate burgers under the Spirit Catcher which looked like someone with many knives put through their arms!
These are the results of our Olympic Games