We still had breakfast before leaving the hotel. I had sausages and scrambled eggs in keeping with my carb-lite diet. Sandy had her usual raisin bran.
The plan had been to attend the African Lion Safari in Rockton but Heather thought the kids might have more fun at Clovermead Adventure Farm in Aylmer. It wasn't very far and had a lot of things Jasper could get hands on with. It must have been a popular place this day because we had to park in the overflow area.
I would say that Clovermead was a good choice for the day. The weather was perfect and, despite the fact that cars were now parking in a second overflow area, it didn't seem too crowded. The reasonable annual fee would make this a good place to visit regularly.
The gang was hungry so we went down the road a short way to Ruby's Cookhouse. It was after the usual lunch hour so there was a lot of room. I enjoyed their Cobb salad while Jasper had a grilled cheese sandwich with fries and Fiona settled for a cut up hot dog and more fries.
We returned to Woodstock where Sandy and I went back to the hotel room for a short nap. Then the family came over and we all enjoyed the hotel pool, ignoring the sign that said the pool was for registered guests only. Jasper liked the water as long as he was wearing his life jacket. Fiona liked it as well as long as one of us was holding her. Sandy just watched and none of us took pictures.
After the swim, we all went to Tim's for supper and then went back to the house for a while. I checked with Kim to see if we would travel together tomorrow and she invited Sandy and I to their morning church service. Why not?
We didn't stay late at the house and were back at the hotel at a reasonable hour. Again, like the old fogies we are, we turned in early.
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