Red Deer Log Cabins and Campground
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Travel Blogs from Madawaska
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 ...
... was already taken and the other did not seem to have much opportunity for swimming, so we continued looking. We spotted what looked like a great spot on a tip in the distance. There was another canoe approaching from the side, but with Nadine and Silvio determined to get this campsite, the other boat didn’t really stand a chance.
There was another campsite adjacent to ours, but no one took it, so we basically ...
En route to Huntsville, we stopped for groceries for our backcountry camping trip. As we are only going overnight, we didn't worry about getting freeze dried meals, but just brought along pasta. For reasons unbeknownst to us, UHT milk is not available in Canada, so we took along soy milk instead. (As we have never drunk soy milk, we decided to play it safe and have pancakes instead of cereal for breakfast, though!)
In Hunstsville, we spent ...
... really could not answer questions about the campground and if my RV was OK for my site. I just brushed them off and continued on down the road. After almost 9 hours of driving I was feeling very worn out – not much energy left so I was hoping this would be an easy place to park the RV. To get water, we had to drive back OUT of the campground and drive a few miles to the dump station which had fresh water. Took about 15 min. to fill the tank up. Then back to ...
... me lunch at her organic farm with her husband and FIVE very blonde/blue eyed children.
That was crazy. The kids were jumping around everywhere, they showed me their chickens and sheep and I ate some sandwiches of HOMEMADE bacon and bread with homemade kimchi. For some reason, I felt the need to turn my motorcycle around all by myself. Their house is on a giant hill, and without thinking, I parked it facing downhill. After I let go, the whole thing fell right ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed