Streeter's Landing Bed & Breakfast
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... ride looks a bit too high and frightening for me.
The Pro Bass Shop inside is unbelievable we have nothing like it in Australia the only problem is it is very expensive and is a tourist destination plus it didn't have what Richard was looking for only cheap rods over priced. Richard was very disappointed can do better in Perth or on the Internet.
Back onto Hwy 400 this was the highway we came in on from Parry Sound via ...
We left home about 2:30, an uneventful drive to Kathleen's. A nice visit and a smorgasbord for dinner, smoked salmon, salami, cheeses, tasty salads and chicken wings. Along with a couple of glasses of "Ménage et trios" California white, quite yummy! We booked a cab to take us to the Oshawa station in the ...
... family of 3 aboard caught up with us at Lock 40. They just happened to have a saw and axe aboard so they cut some firewood for a campfire. We had a pleasant evening chatting with them.
The lockmaster informed us that there would be some delay Thursday in locking through, so we think “Cast-A-Net” may catch up with us tomorrow.
We wish to take a few lines to thank some of you that have made our trip easier for ...
After a 100+ mile day yesterday, we meandered only 16 miles today which included our first locks. The first was Port Severn #45 which is the system's smallest lock. The lock through went smoothly for our first try at it. Next was the Big Chute Railway https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Chute _Marine_Railway. ...
After a big night at the Polish Party on Kawagama Lake, Shaun and Amanda took us for a thriller ride on Shaun's 25 foot speedboat with a 454 loud, fast engine. We stopped in a bay for a swim a few times and explored part of lake of Bays. ...
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