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Finally another chance to get out of the city! Given the high gas prices currently I thought let’s find a nice getaway for the July 12, 2008 weekend within less than an hour of Toronto, and guess what – I found one. Just about 80 km northeast of Toronto, close to Port Perry, I located a beautiful historic bed and breakfast called Landfall Farm. Located in a beautiful fieldstone farmhouse that dates back to 1868, Landfall Farm B&B offers 3 bedrooms of which one features an ensuite bathroom. My room was a spacious queen size bedroom that featured a dressing room, sitting area and desk. The house’s design is unique, the décor is a mix of antique and contemporary and the highlight are two beautiful Gothic windows in the main bedroom and the hallway. The front of the houses features an antique store called “The Front Room”. The outside is equipped with an enclosed porch, several beautiful sitting areas and a pool. In addition, the 20 acre property features historic barns and a secluded pond surrounded by lawn chairs. The owner herself, Merle Heintzman, is an interesting story as well: at 88 years of age she has been running this B&B for almost 30 years. As a trained nurse, she worked as a flight nurse during WWII, attending to injured soldiers on the battlefields of France during D-Day. Despite some recent health problems, Merle does a great job running her B&B and gets around her expansive property in a golf cart. Landfall Farm is a great getaway from Toronto, and its proximity to the pretty town of Port Perry and Lake Scugog provides for excellent recreational activities. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at *******www.travelandtransitions****/contests.htm. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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Finally another chance to get out of the city! Given the high gas prices currently I thought let’s find a nice getaway for the July 12, 2008 weekend within less than an hour of Toronto, and guess what – I found one. Just about 80 km northeast of Toronto, close to Port Perry, I located a beautiful historic bed and breakfast called Landfall Farm. Located in a beautiful fieldstone farmhouse that dates back to 1868, Landfall Farm B&B offers 3 bedrooms of which one features an ensuite bathroom. My room was a spacious queen size bedroom that featured a dressing room, sitting area and desk. The house’s design is unique, the décor is a mix of antique and contemporary and the highlight are two beautiful Gothic windows in the main bedroom and the hallway. The front of the houses features an antique store called “The Front Room”. The outside is equipped with an enclosed porch, several beautiful sitting areas and a pool. In addition, the 20 acre property features historic barns and a secluded pond surrounded by lawn chairs. The owner herself, Merle Heintzman, is an interesting story as well: at 88 years of age she has been running this B&B for almost 30 years. As a trained nurse, she worked as a flight nurse during WWII, attending to injured soldiers on the battlefields of France during D-Day. Despite some recent health problems, Merle does a great job running her B&B and gets around her expansive property in a golf cart. Landfall Farm is a great getaway from Toronto, and its proximity to the pretty town of Port Perry and Lake Scugog provides for excellent recreational activities. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at *******www.travelandtransitions****/contests.htm. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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On July 12 and 13, 2008 I took a little jaunt out of the city. I wanted to plan a getaway that would be within less than an hours drive from Toronto, as a little experiment to see what tourism opportunities there are close to the big city. Well, I lucked out, I found a beautiful bed and breakfast, Landfall Farm B&B, just outside Port Perry. On Saturday morning I went rollerblading on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail in Ajax and marveled at the summer fog that was hanging over the lake. No photo opportunities there… Then finally on Sunday the weather cleared up around noon and gave me the perfect opportunity to shoot some photos and videos in the bright sun. My first stop on my way home was Port Perry: a quaint Victorian era town that was first settled in 1848. Port Perry is located on Lake Scugog, an artificial lake that was created when a local settler dammed the Scugog River to power his grist mill in 1834. Today Lake Scugog is a popular destination for fishing, and it features several daily sightseeing cruises aboard the MV Woodman, a vessel built in the style of 19th century steamships. Port Perry is also very popular for all the specialty stores, restaurants and boutiques that are located on its main street, Queen Street. The town’s Victorian era architecture has been lovingly restored and maintained. After a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine I made a final stop in Uxbridge, a quaint small town in Durham Region that was first surveyed in 1805. Although not quite as dressed up as Port Perry, Uxbridge is an attractive town with a Victorian Main Street that features a variety of retail stores and restaurants. I drove home towards the city on a number of small country roads, past forests, farmland and a variety of golf courses. Tourism opportunities definitely do exist within less than an hour of Toronto. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at *******www.travelandtransitions****/contests.htm. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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On July 12 and 13, 2008 I took a little jaunt out of the city. I wanted to plan a getaway that would be within less than an hours drive from Toronto, as a little experiment to see what tourism opportunities there are close to the big city. Well, I lucked out, I found a beautiful bed and breakfast, Landfall Farm B&B, just outside Port Perry. On Saturday morning I went rollerblading on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail in Ajax and marveled at the summer fog that was hanging over the lake. No photo opportunities there… Then finally on Sunday the weather cleared up around noon and gave me the perfect opportunity to shoot some photos and videos in the bright sun. My first stop on my way home was Port Perry: a quaint Victorian era town that was first settled in 1848. Port Perry is located on Lake Scugog, an artificial lake that was created when a local settler dammed the Scugog River to power his grist mill in 1834. Today Lake Scugog is a popular destination for fishing, and it features several daily sightseeing cruises aboard the MV Woodman, a vessel built in the style of 19th century steamships. Port Perry is also very popular for all the specialty stores, restaurants and boutiques that are located on its main street, Queen Street. The town’s Victorian era architecture has been lovingly restored and maintained. After a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine I made a final stop in Uxbridge, a quaint small town in Durham Region that was first surveyed in 1805. Although not quite as dressed up as Port Perry, Uxbridge is an attractive town with a Victorian Main Street that features a variety of retail stores and restaurants. I drove home towards the city on a number of small country roads, past forests, farmland and a variety of golf courses. Tourism opportunities definitely do exist within less than an hour of Toronto. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at *******www.travelandtransitions****/contests.htm. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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On July 12 and 13, 2008 I took a little jaunt out of the city. I wanted to plan a getaway that would be within less than an hours drive from Toronto, as a little experiment to see what tourism opportunities there are close to the big city. Well, I lucked out, I found a beautiful bed and breakfast, Landfall Farm B&B, just outside Port Perry. On Saturday morning I went rollerblading on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail in Ajax and marveled at the summer fog that was hanging over the lake. No photo opportunities there… Then finally on Sunday the weather cleared up around noon and gave me the perfect opportunity to shoot some photos and videos in the bright sun. My first stop on my way home was Port Perry: a quaint Victorian era town that was first settled in 1848. Port Perry is located on Lake Scugog, an artificial lake that was created when a local settler dammed the Scugog River to power his grist mill in 1834. Today Lake Scugog is a popular destination for fishing, and it features several daily sightseeing cruises aboard the MV Woodman, a vessel built in the style of 19th century steamships. Port Perry is also very popular for all the specialty stores, restaurants and boutiques that are located on its main street, Queen Street. The town’s Victorian era architecture has been lovingly restored and maintained. After a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine I made a final stop in Uxbridge, a quaint small town in Durham Region that was first surveyed in 1805. Although not quite as dressed up as Port Perry, Uxbridge is an attractive town with a Victorian Main Street that features a variety of retail stores and restaurants. I drove home towards the city on a number of small country roads, past forests, farmland and a variety of golf courses. Tourism opportunities definitely do exist within less than an hour of Toronto. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at *******www.travelandtransitions****/contests.htm. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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On July 12 and 13, 2008 I took a little jaunt out of the city. I wanted to plan a getaway that would be within less than an hours drive from Toronto, as a little experiment to see what tourism opportunities there are close to the big city. Well, I lucked out, I found a beautiful bed and breakfast, Landfall Farm B&B, just outside Port Perry. On Saturday morning I went rollerblading on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail in Ajax and marveled at the summer fog that was hanging over the lake. No photo opportunities there… Then finally on Sunday the weather cleared up around noon and gave me the perfect opportunity to shoot some photos and videos in the bright sun. My first stop on my way home was Port Perry: a quaint Victorian era town that was first settled in 1848. Port Perry is located on Lake Scugog, an artificial lake that was created when a local settler dammed the Scugog River to power his grist mill in 1834. Today Lake Scugog is a popular destination for fishing, and it features several daily sightseeing cruises aboard the MV Woodman, a vessel built in the style of 19th century steamships. Port Perry is also very popular for all the specialty stores, restaurants and boutiques that are located on its main street, Queen Street. The town’s Victorian era architecture has been lovingly restored and maintained. After a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine I made a final stop in Uxbridge, a quaint small town in Durham Region that was first surveyed in 1805. Although not quite as dressed up as Port Perry, Uxbridge is an attractive town with a Victorian Main Street that features a variety of retail stores and restaurants. I drove home towards the city on a number of small country roads, past forests, farmland and a variety of golf courses. Tourism opportunities definitely do exist within less than an hour of Toronto. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at *******www.travelandtransitions****/contests.htm. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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On July 12 and 13, 2008 I took a little jaunt out of the city. I wanted to plan a getaway that would be within less than an hours drive from Toronto, as a little experiment to see what tourism opportunities there are close to the big city. Well, I lucked out, I found a beautiful bed and breakfast, Landfall Farm B&B, just outside Port Perry. On Saturday morning I went rollerblading on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail in Ajax and marveled at the summer fog that was hanging over the lake. No photo opportunities there… Then finally on Sunday the weather cleared up around noon and gave me the perfect opportunity to shoot some photos and videos in the bright sun. My first stop on my way home was Port Perry: a quaint Victorian era town that was first settled in 1848. Port Perry is located on Lake Scugog, an artificial lake that was created when a local settler dammed the Scugog River to power his grist mill in 1834. Today Lake Scugog is a popular destination for fishing, and it features several daily sightseeing cruises aboard the MV Woodman, a vessel built in the style of 19th century steamships. Port Perry is also very popular for all the specialty stores, restaurants and boutiques that are located on its main street, Queen Street. The town’s Victorian era architecture has been lovingly restored and maintained. After a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine I made a final stop in Uxbridge, a quaint small town in Durham Region that was first surveyed in 1805. Although not quite as dressed up as Port Perry, Uxbridge is an attractive town with a Victorian Main Street that features a variety of retail stores and restaurants. I drove home towards the city on a number of small country roads, past forests, farmland and a variety of golf courses. Tourism opportunities definitely do exist within less than an hour of Toronto. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at *******www.travelandtransitions****/contests.htm. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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On July 12 and 13, 2008 I took a little jaunt out of the city. I wanted to plan a getaway that would be within less than an hours drive from Toronto, as a little experiment to see what tourism opportunities there are close to the big city. Well, I lucked out, I found a beautiful bed and breakfast, Landfall Farm B&B, just outside Port Perry. On Saturday morning I went rollerblading on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail in Ajax and marveled at the summer fog that was hanging over the lake. No photo opportunities there… Then finally on Sunday the weather cleared up around noon and gave me the perfect opportunity to shoot some photos and videos in the bright sun. My first stop on my way home was Port Perry: a quaint Victorian era town that was first settled in 1848. Port Perry is located on Lake Scugog, an artificial lake that was created when a local settler dammed the Scugog River to power his grist mill in 1834. Today Lake Scugog is a popular destination for fishing, and it features several daily sightseeing cruises aboard the MV Woodman, a vessel built in the style of 19th century steamships. Port Perry is also very popular for all the specialty stores, restaurants and boutiques that are located on its main street, Queen Street. The town’s Victorian era architecture has been lovingly restored and maintained. After a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine I made a final stop in Uxbridge, a quaint small town in Durham Region that was first surveyed in 1805. Although not quite as dressed up as Port Perry, Uxbridge is an attractive town with a Victorian Main Street that features a variety of retail stores and restaurants. I drove home towards the city on a number of small country roads, past forests, farmland and a variety of golf courses. Tourism opportunities definitely do exist within less than an hour of Toronto. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at *******www.travelandtransitions****/contests.htm. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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On July 12 and 13, 2008 I took a little jaunt out of the city. I wanted to plan a getaway that would be within less than an hours drive from Toronto, as a little experiment to see what tourism opportunities there are close to the big city. Well, I lucked out, I found a beautiful bed and breakfast, Landfall Farm B&B, just outside Port Perry. On Saturday morning I went rollerblading on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail in Ajax and marveled at the summer fog that was hanging over the lake. No photo opportunities there… Then finally on Sunday the weather cleared up around noon and gave me the perfect opportunity to shoot some photos and videos in the bright sun. My first stop on my way home was Port Perry: a quaint Victorian era town that was first settled in 1848. Port Perry is located on Lake Scugog, an artificial lake that was created when a local settler dammed the Scugog River to power his grist mill in 1834. Today Lake Scugog is a popular destination for fishing, and it features several daily sightseeing cruises aboard the MV Woodman, a vessel built in the style of 19th century steamships. Port Perry is also very popular for all the specialty stores, restaurants and boutiques that are located on its main street, Queen Street. The town’s Victorian era architecture has been lovingly restored and maintained. After a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine I made a final stop in Uxbridge, a quaint small town in Durham Region that was first surveyed in 1805. Although not quite as dressed up as Port Perry, Uxbridge is an attractive town with a Victorian Main Street that features a variety of retail stores and restaurants. I drove home towards the city on a number of small country roads, past forests, farmland and a variety of golf courses. Tourism opportunities definitely do exist within less than an hour of Toronto. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at *******www.travelandtransitions****/contests.htm Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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On July 12 and 13, 2008 I took a little jaunt out of the city. I wanted to plan a getaway that would be within less than an hours drive from Toronto, as a little experiment to see what tourism opportunities there are close to the big city. Well, I lucked out, I found a beautiful bed and breakfast, Landfall Farm B&B, just outside Port Perry. On Saturday morning I went rollerblading on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail in Ajax and marveled at the summer fog that was hanging over the lake. No photo opportunities there… Then finally on Sunday the weather cleared up around noon and gave me the perfect opportunity to shoot some photos and videos in the bright sun. My first stop on my way home was Port Perry: a quaint Victorian era town that was first settled in 1848. Port Perry is located on Lake Scugog, an artificial lake that was created when a local settler dammed the Scugog River to power his grist mill in 1834. Today Lake Scugog is a popular destination for fishing, and it features several daily sightseeing cruises aboard the MV Woodman, a vessel built in the style of 19th century steamships. Port Perry is also very popular for all the specialty stores, restaurants and boutiques that are located on its main street, Queen Street. The town’s Victorian era architecture has been lovingly restored and maintained. After a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine I made a final stop in Uxbridge, a quaint small town in Durham Region that was first surveyed in 1805. Although not quite as dressed up as Port Perry, Uxbridge is an attractive town with a Victorian Main Street that features a variety of retail stores and restaurants. I drove home towards the city on a number of small country roads, past forests, farmland and a variety of golf courses. Tourism opportunities definitely do exist within less than an hour of Toronto. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at *******www.travelandtransitions****/contests.htm Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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The Walrus show at Marineland in Niagara Falls Canada. King Waldorf Stadium.
30 Nov 2008
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WWW.DAY-TRIPS.CA - Killer Whales at Marineland in Niagara Falls Ontario Canada - Watch these orcas jump and perform tricks!
22 Aug 2008
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