Red Deer Log Cabins and Campground
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Travel Blogs from Madawaska
... by late morning we had removed our tops and just rode in t-shirts.
The ride was just beautiful and the horses were magnificent. They were all named and my beautiful horse was named Jacob…he was big and powerful and he let me know he was the boss…LOL.
We met other groups of riders on the trail, looked like a riding club as they all had blue shirts on.
It was awesome crossing ravines and small shallow rivers…well they seemed shallow, ...
Heading back west again today we came upon roads travelled before with the intention of coming back through Algonquin park to see if we could see more wildlife. We stopped in Barry's Bay for lunch and then decided to stay for a couple of nights in park. We found the Riverside Cottages again and booked in this time into a cottage by the river. The first cottage was very pleasant but sadly managed to flood the bathroom and the lounge when the toilet blocked. ...
... as we went along crossed over the road to the old Railway Station which is now the Information Centre. This is one of the few original railway stations left in Ontario was built in 1894 up until the 1930's the rail line was the main transportation route between Montreal and Toronto carrying lumber, wheat, soldiers, liquor and passengers. It closed in the late 1960's.
Down the road is one of only two remaining authentic wooden ...
Awoke early this morning and got packed in what seemed like a hurry but probably wasnt. Walked through the deserted hotel and loaded the car. Had to hunt for someone so we could pay the bill and our new friend from Potters Bar kindly obliged without the aid of an axe. Drove away to a local restaurant for breakfast before planning the day. We are heading to Algonquin Provincial Park where I am told there are moose by the herdfull. I hope ...
... repairing the steps of No.18 when I mentioned Richard couldn't get WIFI in the cabin and he said to go in the back entry of No. 18 (no-one there for a few weeks) and use the WIFI. This I did but the reception is only three bars and a bit slow but I managed to do answer my Montreal emails and get Yannick's apartment address. He is very quick in answering my questions all I have to do is find a place for the first night (21st) in Ottawa the other ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed