HMS Sheffield Falklands memory, Airborne then Disc Golf!

Walking and bike rides have filled the days when not keeping Pantera and Tigre company. A special thought on Liberation Day – 14th June – for many comrades no longer here because of the conflict or its effects on them, acknowledged with a tot from Kevin’s spirit locker

Then into the skies on a training flight, a fantastic experience of taking the controls and doing all but the final touchdown (next time though) Prisci is keen to complete her hours after completing the written pilot test in Spain, might be a race here to the licence

All level on flight training, we played Disc Golf on an 18 ‘hole’ course around Little Lake, Midtown. The tees are set out with the hole map

On the bikes for an afternoon along the lakeshore after the competitive few days, and Prisci (the loser) has to buy the ice creams at the first stop

Two hours later were admiring the church of Sante Marie among the Huron’s where a pilgrimage site had been set up in the 1600’s. The settlement has been recreated with the defence and a lock entry point from the river

It didn’t stop the raids by Indians, that forced the French missionaries to abandon the site and return to Quebec, nice tepees though

Coffee & cakes in the museum and a slow cycle home