Friday, June 29, 2018

Pass the Tums Please

While in Canada, our Verizon "unlimited" plans allows only 1/2 GB of data per device per day before it switches to a slower speed.  The slower speed is one notch above stop.  The Wifi here is weak and spotty so posting will depend on finding windows of opportunity and managing our data better.

Today was a bright sunny day here in Kingston.  We made a trip to the grocery store and mailed some postcards this morning.  We found the Public Place Restaurant so we could come back later and try the Canadian Pub favorite called Poutine.  In the evening we attended a free concert where a group of musicians performed the Beatles "Sargent Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band" Album, note for note, word for word, exactly like it was recorded.  It was lots of fun watching the 60's generation too!

Flags in the Park

Canadian Fire Plug

Black Squirrels live here

One of several limestone church buildings in the area

This is an impressive building all made of linestone

Grand Pipe Organ

The Chapple next door

All the cornerstones have hand milled edges

The Public House Restaurant, Kingston Ontario

A Canadian Craft Beer Favorite

Dim Lights, Thick Smoke and Loud, Loud Music

We had to try this Poutine  dish since we were in Canada.  It is fries mixed with cheese curds and drenched with gravy.  Luckily, we have a wide mouth jar of Tums!

Hey! Let's go here

Beatles Music Band

Night time in the Park

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