Bedford Creek Campground
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... Erica, our house sitter, stopped and spent the night, to review our notes. Everything was cool. Exhausted, we retired early to be rested for the long upcoming day.
Monday [October 5th - DAY 1] we were up at 5:30am to be ready to leave the house at 7:45am. Only a few minutes late, we picked up Jack & Brenda and were off to the Rochester Airport. Arriving at 10am, we dropped the rental off and made our way to ...
... as we head west.
The drive was typical of southern Ontario. Lots of open land with corn fields going for miles. The small towns that make up the cross roads are plentiful. We decided to stop at one called Merrickville. It had a eclectic selection of country stores selling crafts, fudge, ice cream and knitted goods, you know the typical country general store. We walked along the street and poked our way thru the interesting ones. The only thing we purchased ...
... of their set they announced the start of a light and laser show. We watched this really cool show with music and narration on the falls, it was quiet impressive. Think small scale Balligio in Vegas. We rode back and got to the hotel at 12:30 and still no Ross.. In the morning while we were washing the bikes Ross found us. He needed a ride to Bucks dealership where he had shipped his bike from Moab Ut. He had to ride "*****" a term of endearment to the ...
... at 6:00 with the outside temperature at a very comfortable 71 degrees. We can see Lake Ontario from our rig (we are about 200 feet away from its shore) and were treated to a lovely sunset about an hour ago! Tomorrow we are planning to take a boat tour of the thousand island area and may or may not be back to this campground. It all depends on where stopping time finds us I guess!
We drove 181 miles today…I think Mufasa thought he was being abused after so many days of ...
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Canoe Trip Dave
A Coureur de Bois
Note: see below for a short history of the Rideau Canal
A Short History of the Rideau Canal
The Rideau Canal, which first opened for navigation in 1832, is the oldest continuously operated canal system in North America. The word rideau is French for curtain, the appearance of the falls of ...