Ink'S Spot B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... That's where we come to enjoy each other's company. We swim, boat, dive, float, eat and laugh! The lake is a wonderful playground. Yet in the morning it offers peaceful introspection what really matters in life - kindness, encouragement, learning, support, sharing, and ...
A short drive from Muskoka was Algonquin Provincial Park. So far the national parks have been our favourite places in Canada, so we were looking forward to getting to another 1, and this 1 proved to be just as awesome, apart from the bugs. 1 step outside and you literally have a swarm of mosquitos around your head. Luckily I had learned my lesson from Cuba and again in Muskoka, and had stocked up on bug spray, but even then they still got at us. I am used to it, ...
... rings, so were actually sitting in the water. But we finally made it, and had a fire, a massive barbeque and a spa when we got back, then all fell asleep watching a movie.
I think we both kind of fell in love with the place. It helped that we met heaps of cool people, and tried some new stuff, but it sounds like we may be back here to work for a little bit before we do our winter season. ...
... thunking and chipmunks chirping. Solo stove is terrible. Smiled, again, because someone told me it wouldn't work. Cold coffee and lukewarm oatmeal. Haha. More lessons. Packed up my backpack and went to Barron Canyon. Two young moose in the road! Spectacular. Dappled sunlit forest walk to one hundred foot cliffs looking down to a wide, beautiful river. On the way back from Barron Canyon I saw a sign for Brigham Lake. Made me think ...
... there in his former life. The city was founded in 1784 by Ludwig Derr who purchased land from the William Penn family. It was a centre for commerce as the river was used for logging and shipping. Before and during the Civil War it was home to many abolitionists and several locations served as stopping points for the Underground Railroad. Another hour of driving and we reached our destination - the Hampton Inn in Harrisburg, the capital city of ...