Mike flew into Thunder Bay at lunchtime; they've put up a fence where you used to be able to stand and watch the airplanes come in, but it was still more fun for Will than the Toronto airport. Small airports really are easier to deal with.
Here's our bus parked outside Jon & Rebekah's; you can just see Jon's Mini Cooper parked in the driveway. After a tour of their place and some lunch we walked around their neighbourhood, looking at all the old houses and my former high school. I frankly didn't remember there being so many nice old houses in Thunder Bay, but I guess I didn't much care at the time.
We stopped at McKellar Confectionery for sliders, which is almost exactly as I remembered it. The old cooler for glass pop bottles is gone, of course, but the food tasted just the same.
Supper was at the excellent Masala Grille in the Port Arthur end of town, and then we all went to Hillcrest Park to show Will and Mike the Sleeping Giant.