After a month of staying local and playing disc golf tournaments, I was back on my travels. I had planned to go to Buffalo, New York for Memorial Day weekend to visit a good friend and also check out Niagara Falls. But I kept hearing the Canadian side of the falls was more impressive and the airfare to Toronto was cheaper than Buffalo, so I ended up going international and flew into Canada instead. Leaving Thursday night, I was supposed to arrive in Toronto around midnight, but the weather was so bad in Atlanta, it delayed my flight out of Ft. Lauderdale by 2 and a half hours, and by the time I finally did make Atlanta, my connecting flight had already left. After staying the night in Atlanta, I left early Friday morning, where I arrived in Toronto around 11 am. I had nothing but disc golf planned for my first day there, and I knew it was going to be a challenge to hit 9 courses on the suddenly-abbreviated cloudy day. I managed to hit 8 of the courses, but pretty much all the courses were sopping wet and the grass was extremely high from the deluges of rain in the days earlier that I only got in a few holes, if any, at each course. I stayed the night at a B & B in Woodstock at the Georgian Manor Inn. Unfortunately, they no longer serve breakfast so I guess it’s now just considered just a B.