Charlton Lake Camp
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rocks are
Packed up and left before our batteries
died; heading for KillBear PP to complete our “explore Ontario”
trip and break in the new trailer... Stay tuned for a couple more
- Even with a camper, one must
carefully pick a campsite when rain is ...
... though!! Heather showed up a short while later to join us and we had a fab dinner under the shelter of our tarps. It was amazing talking and hanging out all night long - sure miss seeing Heather regularly! The next morning, we got up and packed up camp in preparation for our boat rental. Unfortunately, just as the car was all packed and we just had to take down the tent, it started pouring. Resolved to make lemon out of lemonade, we grabbed our foam ...
... debates about the best way to cook the food - especially at the boys campsites! We managed to change all our invites for meals to outvites due to our lack of cooking utensils. Quite a score. Plus we had to run off to choir after every lunch, so being invited out all the time made dishes a breeze!!
Pack-up on Saturday was done with much sadness. No one wanted to go. Each team was given parts of the campsite to help clean up. Our job was to collect the ...
... lunch or dinner would be shared with a different group and we got to meet and know so many people this way. Straight after lunch the bell would ring to signal the start of choir practice. Singing straight after eating lunch was challenging but by the end of day 5 we got used to it! I loved choir, the songs were amazing, Darryl's enthusiasm contagious and everyone got right into practice and enjoyed themselves. The afternoon would then generally be free although ...
... out reasonably well, so I'm not worried. It's probably good for me. Or something.
We caught the boat back to Tobemory - the town on the other side. I was standing on the boat with my two backpacks on, waiting to dock so we could disembark. Two ladies stood next to me and one eyed my backpack with something close to amazement. 'What do you have in there? A tent!?'. I explained what was going on and that I was heading south toward Toronto. 'You want a ride? we leave ...