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Travel Blogs from Webbwood
Passed through Sudbury – not a great
view of the slag but they are trying to rehabilitate it; the
smokestacks are still spewing. Arrived at Killarney Provincial Park
and scooped up a great campsite around lunchtime. Weather has been
great to date but heard Canada Geese flying over in the night so snow
must be ...
... he ended up causing one entire corner of the tarp to rip off. Water everywhere, we abandoned the tarp and got back inside the dry tent to attempt to sleep the rest of the night. The next morning (Friday), we got back to work on the tarp and after watching some youtube video instructions, I managed to tarp the whole sote beautifully. We also added another tarp over the campfire ad more rain was in the forecast. After a late breakfast, we headed out to ...
... This lake holds 10% of earths fresh water & is the largest fresh water lake in world 563km long by 257km wide!! It has 3,000km of shoreline & a road trip circle tour of Lake Superior is 2,000km round trip - so it's off the list!
We drove along the scenic Lake Superior to Sault St Marie & on to Espanola where we turned of the ...
This is a great little Provincial Park
on the River aux Sables and a walking distance to Massey on Highway
17. Our two nights next to the gorge and loud sounding chutes were
great. We walked their only trail – The Twin Bridges Trail – to
view the Seven Sisters Rapids and have a picnic overlooking one of
them. The ...
Killarney, Beautiful remote Provincial Park...
This is a very remote site, one hour drive off the highway… road in poor condition. Population 500
Really nice park known to hikers. We arrived around 4, set up camp and hiked Granite Ledge, about an hour ½.. The hike was rutty, rooty, rocky and reminded us of Mt .Major ...