I sat on the front porch for about an hour, posted the blog and returned to get everybody up so we could leave. We got underway a little after 9:00 AM and went almost into North Bay to find a gas station with easy access. At $1.08/liter (4.4 liters to a gallon) the fuel costs were eye-popping for a 150 gallon tank. I decided to put in $220 and only go a little past 3/4 of a tank. That will get us across the border when we leave here.
We drove to Toronto and continued west on Highway 401 past Milton to the KOA. It was a pretty easy 250 mile trip. I konked out about 1130 and Pam drove for an hour while I took a power nap. We arrived about 3:30 PM.We found a decent place and got set up and took it easy the rest of the day. We watched some golf on TV and my man Phil didn't have a very good day.
Pam had baked some lasagna a couple of days ago, so we heated it up and had a great meal. After that we went for a walk around the campground and watched the NY Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies in a close one.
Thanks for viewing the Roadrunner Chronicles today! Niagra Falls here we come....