The Octogenarian and I have taken to the road once again. We’re spending a night in the third of Ontario that isn’t defined by the Canadian Shield. This is farmland where tobacco museums depict the life of a transient picker. Some of Ontario’s distinctive breweries are open for tours. It is Festival country. And it is insurance. I don’t know why London became the home to head offices of large insurance firms.
We’ve missed the touring company of Cirque de Soleil by one night. We arrived in time to find hockey on the front pages. Dale Hunter resigned as head coach of the Capitals. He is returning to London, where his brother and son are involved with London Knights.
We have some exploring to do this afternoon. That is if the Octogenarian recovers from the 2 hour drive. Traveling is a challenge.