Captain Visger House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to allow us about 5 weeks along the Canadian Maritimes coast line before we need to be in Bar Harbor, Maine. Boldt Castle Boldt Castle, at the heart of the "thousand Islands" region on the west end of St Lawrence River, was built back in early 1900's by wealthy hotelier Geroge Boldt for his wife. Pretty extravagant gift wouldn't you say? He never finished it when is wife died, it fell into ruin and was resurrected by a local non profit in the ...
June 30-July 3: Unofficial campout with the Bytowners. Still had the same camping spot, same neighbours, Andy and Maria. We had suggested that everybody wear a funny hat at the Happy Hour and that turned out to be a great idea. Lots of laughter by all. ...
After getting our baby out of cold storage it is time to get her ready for a new season of exploring. May 16-20: Our first trip this year is with the By-towners back in Brockville at the Happy Green Acres campground. We took our usual place up on the hill and after set up headed down for happy hour (happy hour is a big part of camping with a group we are finding). The weather was still cold so the campfires were inside in a big boiler. Still a great time around the ...
... and so we all became spectators, not only to the games but to the bloke who arrived on a quad bike with a Caesar in his hand, similar to a Bloody Mary, and somehow got into conversation the fact that ‘rednecks go to family reunions to pick up chicks’.
Chris very kindly chose not to berate me for losing, and instead we all swapped drinking and sports stories, although he did knock rowing as not being a ...
... returned. The castle fell into disarray and for 73 years the castle remained vacant. Not until 1977 was the property bought for $1 by the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority which has spent $26 million restoring it. We helped the restoration by paying the entry and did some self guided exploring before heading back to the mainland and some warmth. Finally the wind and icy temperatures were enough. No fishing today for Tim but tomorrow could be a different story. Today, ...