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... 72 then down to 48.
NOTE from Kent:
Someone asked me our average miles per day. Since leaving Seattle area 8 days ago we have driven 271 miles average per day. We prefer to drive 120-150 miles per day then rest a day but we have been on a bit of a mission to get to eastern half to see areas we haven't been before. We are here for 3 nights before heading east a few miles.
... AT&T dominated so lots of roaming charges) and couldn't locate an RV park on-line earlier in the day. I must say that Manitoba and Northern Ontario cell service sucks! It's virtually nonexistent! Fort Frances looks like it is really suffering since the closure of the pulp and paper mill last year.
We took a walk after dinner and spotted our first wild life of the trip - a friendly skunk!
... That was truly an amazing experience, especially how the stadium entertained the spectators with random blast of music, mini games and with the constant possibility that a ball would be unintentionally hit into the crowd (which apparently you can keep if you catch it!).
The last major sight we saw of Canada, and the entire trip, was Niagara Falls! Norma and I borrowed Tom’s car and headed south for two hours. The falls were truly immense and ...
... 10,000 lakes, and there are actually almost 12,000 lakes over 10 acres in size. As I approached the northeast corner of the state I saw that I was close to International Falls so I decided to go take a look. Surprise, no falls! Talking to some locals, it seems that they dammed up the falls and built a power plant. Destroying a waterfall just to supply electricity to tens ...
... American War. All of the men and women depicted in the mural were connected to folks in Ashland. WOW!
The Oredock Mural shows the largest concrete boat dock (1800 feet) ever built for loading and unloading Iron ore and other products on Lake Superior. Sadly, the dock fell into disrepair and is ...