Travel Blogs from Dryden, Canada

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Dryden Ontario, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Dryden Ontario

A travel blog entry by myjob

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... drive and see my best friend in Dryden. Now, what I am about to say is some what disturbing, so take a seat. I love Dryden. I know I know, what is wrong with me. But I have spent the last few days walking the dogs, enjoying the outdoors, ...

Ahhh...memories of the east coast!, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Ahhh...memories of the east coast!

A travel blog entry by adamandtara

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... we are just dead after the 80km ride and will take a 1/2 day to Vermillion and then do the Kenora trek.  We probalby could do Dryden to Kenora in one day but it is about 130km and it's just not a good idea for us.  There's nothing in between ...

Blog entry #1, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Blog entry #1

A travel blog entry by hansonmartens

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Hi Everyone!      It's Hanson blogging from Dryden, Ontario. This is my first of many blogs about my trip across Canada. To let you know what is happening, I've decided to blog each week and summarize it into a few ...

Ontario, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Ontario

A travel blog entry by graybeard

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As I enter a restaurant for breakfast this morning a man comments on my bike and we have a brief conversation before he invites me to join him and his wife at their table.  I've said it before but I love the way riding a bike facilitates ...

Ballz, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Ballz

A travel blog entry by peteindira

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... through Kenora.  Nice town with a great waterfront, one giant bass statue, and of course Timmies! Buster's BBQ was our last stop shortly before Dryden.  Awesome truck stop BBQ joint.  Needless to say, we left a few bones ...

My rules have already been broken!, Dryden, Canada travel blog

My rules have already been broken!

A travel blog entry by scott_and_kerry

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So they started out great...a nice, picturesque drive to Dryden. We arrived at our campsite, excited about our first night. Then the clouds rolled in, right as we were setting up. You never saw 2 people move so fast in your life. We set up camp in less ...

Sorry you missed your appointment Leroy!, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Sorry you missed your appointment Leroy!

A travel blog entry by jojojinks12

... . A couple hours into the ride he decided to show me a few bands. He cranked that baby full blast all the way into Dryden. Rockin tunes and light headbanging was had. Truckers have this funny way of promising you hooks ups when they drop you off with ...

Day 6 - Thunder Bay to Blue Lake Provincial Park, Blue Lake Provincial Park, Canada travel blog

Day 6 - Thunder Bay to Blue Lake Provincial Park

A travel blog entry by philipnaylor

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As we left Thunder Bay we also began to move away from Lake Superior and travelled along Highway 17 mainly with loggers and truckers.   The landscape began changing with trees growing on more flat and rolling land.   We remained on ...

Entlang der grossen Seen, Wabigoon Lake, Canada travel blog

Entlang der grossen Seen

A travel blog entry by seeyou2011

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... über Kanada wissen sollte, dass sobald man sich von den Städten entfernt, im Niemandsland befindet. Die Dörfer entlang des Trans Canada Highway 17 erlebten ihre beste Blütezeit während dem 18. und 19. Jahrhundert, als man hier das grosse Geld ...

We hit the road again..Go West, Go West, Dryden, Canada travel blog

We hit the road again..Go West, Go West

A travel blog entry by richarddsmith

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We had a great visit in Thunder Bay.  Visiting family is always good, and I got the opportunity to reconnect with some old friends that I have not seen in 30 years. The city has lots of wild life right in the city.  Dear, Eagles, Hawks, Fox, ...

Winnipeg. Mint and Manitoba National Museum, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Winnipeg. Mint and Manitoba National Museum

A travel blog entry by ryansarah

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... dinner early before the rain came which was just as well.. We crossed in to Ontario just before 7pm and continued until we reached Dryden about 9 o'clock. We found Walmart just off the highway and parked up for the night. We were lucky to get a free wifi ...

Arrived in the snow., Dryden, Canada travel blog

Arrived in the snow.

A travel blog entry by ronnym1

snowed every day !!!! stayed at camp ground so we could plug in heater!!! ...

Tom & Diane's New House, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Tom & Diane's New House

A travel blog entry by rwpek

We took Dad with us up to Dryden to visit Diane and Tom and to see their "new" to them house which they bought last fall.  It is a very nice house.  Unfortunately, it is decorated with a lot of Toronto Maple Leaf stuff which doesn't mesh with my ...

Ending Of Day Two, Dryden,Ontario, Canada travel blog

Ending Of Day Two

A travel blog entry by going-out-west

drove all day, through huge rocks and beautiful backrounds. Lake Superior was gorgeous. Stayed in a odd little motel, clean, smelled kinda old. The furniture was 50's ish. but the two beds were separted which gave me a little privacy. (staying in a motel ...

Moose and bears oh my, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Moose and bears oh my

A travel blog entry by shiverglass

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8th We saw a mooooseeE!!!! A mummy moose and a baby moose today! And a black bear. A little one. Not at the same time mind, but saw them!!! By the side of the road as we went past. Everyone shouting that they had seen it and mike putting on the ...

WHAT? The National Canoeing Championships?!?, Dryden, Canada travel blog

WHAT? The National Canoeing Championships?!?

A travel blog entry by skyisblu

Woke up to a surprise this morning, the sounds of crowds cheering VERY LOUDLY, almost next to our tent. It turns out there was a very good reason why the campground was full this weekend, and not just because we checked in on a Friday night. This weekend ...

Canada, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Canada

A travel blog entry by tsengedal

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Up, Down & Around, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Up, Down & Around

A travel blog entry by marknorthcott

... another 40km away and was to be our destination for the day. It was interesting that the terrain between Vermillion Bay and Dryden sort of resembled the prairies, but with hills. The road became very straight and fields could be found where there were ...

Just what we Needed, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Just what we Needed

A travel blog entry by wanderlustige_3

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We arrived in Dryden at around 8pm where we planned to stop for the night. After taking in some of the local sites, exploring the downtown area, and satisfying the need for sustenance at the local Subway we retired to our motel room. Thus ending day one ...

Boondoging, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Boondoging

A travel blog entry by bdtravels

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We have entered Ontario meaning beautiful lakes and rivers. The northwest reminds us of northern Alberta and Sask.with dense forests of poplar.birch and jack pine. It's ...

Dryden, Ontario, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Dryden, Ontario

A travel blog entry by alexd3

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Here are a few photos of Dryden, ...

Day 8, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Day 8

A travel blog entry by lindabaker

... . As we got further west the snow eased, but you could see where they had had quite a bit at some point. Drove through Dryden and headed for Kenora. Stopped at Little Joe Lake for Ian to fish, but caught nothing. Headed to Walmart in Kenora, Boston ...

Time for pickerel, Dryden, Canada travel blog

Time for pickerel

A travel blog entry by beanthere

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... packed up, chatted with the neighbours.  The english fellows are staying another day and the couple from Yellowknife are heading to Dryden.  I'm going to check out Kenora and if that takes all day then I'll stay another night - we'll ...

Sun Shines Brighter in the Central Time Zone, Vermilion Bay, Canada travel blog

Sun Shines Brighter in the Central Time Zone

A travel blog entry by joeandmaryann

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Kakabeka Falls was pretty impressive, and our hike was much more vigorous than either of us expected. The first trail was a nice boardwalk on flat ground, we then branched off into another trail hoping for a little more excitement and a look at the ...

A travers l'Ontario, Dryden, Canada travel blog

A travers l'Ontario

A travel blog entry by francine-michel

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C'est bien vrai que c'est grand l'Ontario, ça fait 3 jours et on est pas encore sortis! Les paysages le long du Lac Supérieur sont superbes mais il y a pas mal de côtes. Nous serons au Manitoba demain et  la météo est favorable. ...

Ontario is BIG (Thunder Bay, Dryden & Kenora), Dryden, Canada travel blog

Ontario is BIG (Thunder Bay, Dryden & Kenora)

A travel blog entry by ashleylaura

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... to get out of Ontario. It was a long drive and as the sun was falling we decided to pull off the road in a small town called Dryden. We saw the sign to Pickle Lake and debated driving north but it was a little too far off the path. The next day we made ...

Interesting animal facts, Sandbar Lake Provincial Park, Canada travel blog

Interesting animal facts

A travel blog entry by andermoser

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In the morning, Nadine went for a short walk on the trail above the campground. There were beautiful views over West Hawk Lake and again the weather was great. While eating breakfast, the kids had fun keeping tabs on the chipmunks and squirrels around ...

On too the land of the Sleeping Giant., Dryden, Canada travel blog

On too the land of the Sleeping Giant.

A travel blog entry by buellrider

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Leaving Dryden in the sunshine. Why does -20 feel as cold as ...

Star Date April 11  2010, Wabigoon, Canada travel blog

Star Date April 11 2010

A travel blog entry by crossroadcanada

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... Stardate April 11 2010 ·         It’s 30 degrees as we pull out onto the Trans Canada again. Bright and sunny not a soul on the road …. Except the ever present big rigs running West with us ...

NW Ontario., Dryden, Canada travel blog

NW Ontario.

A travel blog entry by buellrider

It was a spectacular drive with a little bit of snow. Winnipeg to Dryden was One of the loneliest stretches of highway, but absolutely beautiful. Glad to be in Dryden and ...

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