Charlton Lake Camp
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... li>Will try some kayak camping on our
next visit here – the outfitters seem to do a tremendous rental
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... appreciate!). By 10am, we had rented a canoe and head out on the water for a quick hour's paddle. Then a simple sandwich lunch before getting back in thr canoe - this time for a 3 hr trip that included a lengthy portage. We actually gave up a quarter of the way through the hour's portage (over massive logs and through thick mud) and hiked the rest of the way through over to OSA Lake. We decided portaging really isnt for the Jun family! That night, we ...
... the Halah (heb: 'praise' I've been told). Singing would start at about 9 pm and would go till the Devotional at 10, and often continue after well into the night till the support staff told everyone to go to bed! This was one of my most favourite parts of conference, having over 100 young people all sitting round one huge fire singing praises to God. There was a conference song book that had a huge range of songs in it, and requests were given to Sam Taylor who led ...
... had several stops at Tim Hortons for leg-stretching and food-getting but it didn't seem like too long before we'd arrived in Tobermory, the terminal for the Chi-Cheemaun ferry across to Manitoulin Island. We met a few other young people who had driven to this point and were also catching the ferry, and it was so good to see Rita again. Trundling bags and cases we all trooped onto the ferry and after some amusing and frustrating suitcase maneuvering were settled for ...
... water. Bad idea. All efforts to open it were unsuccessful, so I gave up and decided to try again in the morning. Of course I slept in, got up and realised that everyone was at work. Darn. No water for me! Later that day I walked to the post office and sheepishly asked the cashier to open it for me. He looked at me oddly but opened it nonetheless. Phew! (I'm thankful to say my bottle-opening skills have improved, I'm on a personal record of 3 bottles opened so far!)