Charlton Lake Camp
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Passed through Sudbury – not a great
view of the slag but they are trying to rehabilitate it; the
smokestacks are still spewing. Arrived at Killarney Provincial Park
and scooped up a great campsite around lunchtime. Weather has been
great to date but heard Canada Geese flying over in the night so snow
must be ...
... This is a yearly occurrence which the locals know about - a great preaching effort for sure! One lady knew it was on and asked one of us where the choir was and when we would be singing! We even saw someone sing along to one of the more well-known pieces! It was quite an experience. Ten minutes before reaching Tobemory we all made the rounds with goodbye hugs, and then climbed back on our yellow school bus to head to Book Road. We had a few stops at Tim Hortons, one ...
... has a good background in the section and discussion groups can be more vibrant and insightful. The days started with breakfast all together before we headed to the main pavilion to read the section of scripture we'd be talking about in the discussion. Splitting up into our groups we'd then make our way either outside into the sunshine or into one of the classrooms for two discussion sessions. The break between the sessions was amazing. The room which held ...
... making a success. It tasted good, and what's more there were leftovers for me to eat for lunch the next day!
Pete and Karly Styles had a spare seat to take me back to southern Ontario, but sadly not room for my oversized suitcase. Ash lent me a hikers travel-backpack, which she kindly packed for me too! I told Lu he won't recognise me when I come back because I'll have so many muscles from having a backpack on my front and one on my back all around LA and Calgary! ...
... green carpet of leaves to grow. Beautiful birches, spruces and other trees competed with each other for the light, creating the feel of a rain forest. The mozzies were in abundance, proving to be nuisance by landing on your face just as you were about to take the perfect shot! My mozzie bite rate has doubled.
It was a photography tour with poor Lu tagging along, often the unwilling subject of many a photo. He perfected ...