Bedford Creek Campground
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We left Pulaski early in the morning, heading to Cape Vincent. We cycled about 85km in less time than we expected. On the way there, we stopped to have a little swim in the lake. We arrived in Cape Vincent early, which allowed us to cycle around. We went to the lighthouse a few miles away before going to our hosts, Melissa and Artemis and their two ...
Heading North again. From Utica, we cycled to Pulaski, which was about 100km. Very hilly. We are, however, slowly feeling the product of our hard work: sores are not as painful and our legs are getting stronger. Hills are starting to look more like hills rather than mountains now, which is good. In Pulaski, we stayed at Lou and Kit's house, two teachers who welcome cyclists very often. They cooked us a delicious meal and were very ...
It was a long day in the car - 11 hours cramped with the dogs - and always a 50 pound lapdog on me...but we were in good spirits....until we got to Watertown NY....where the hotels were scary and dirty....we finally found on that was sooooo old...but it worked. We will be home tomorrow and I am happy for ...
The forecast was for heavy rain, strong winds and lightening (thunder storms)
so the start of the canoe trip has been postponed or delayed for a day.
Even the Coureurs de Bois would not have gone out on a day like today.
at least if they had liked living...
Strong winds can be a real killer for people in a canoe.....
And if you are in a canoe on the water during an electric storm - people in a canoe
on the water are sitting ducks, a cooked goose and a goner for ...
... al, up the Ottawa River to the Rideau Falls, up the Rideau River to its source in the Rideau Lakes, down through the lower Rideau lakes into the Gananoque River system, to the St. Lawrence River at
Gananoque, and then down the St. Lawrence River to Kingston, the outlet of the Cataraqui River.
During the war of 1812, naval strength was a major issue. The naval shipyards at Kingston were critical to Canada's defence, and a secure supply route from Montréal to Kingston was ...