Red Deer Log Cabins and Campground
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3 hour drive from home to Barry's Bay for lunch and then to the Government dock where Winston was waiting to take us across the beautiful lake to their cottage. Not a warm day but sunshine predicted for tomorrow. Haven't been here for 17 years!
Cocktails and dinner and lots of chatting and so to bd in the cottage next door
... west towards Ontario. We're off to Algonquin National Park tomorrow and we're staying in a tiny town called Maynooth tonight. It's reasonably close to the park and the hostel is cheap as chips.
The further we drove, the more the landscape started to change into the Canada I know from the guidebooks. As we head towards Maynooth the roads were changing from straight freeways to long winding stretches into the mountains and past huge lakes. There were very ...
... bear but she was nowhere to be seen. We then enjoyed our last few moments at the campsite reading leisurely on the beach in the sunshine- I still had 2 pairs of trousers on as it was still cold out of the sun, Tom thought this was hilarious so I braved the chill in the air and went down to just one pair before we left to start our jurney to Harriston.
None of us wanted to leave this beautiful ...
... behind schedule after yesterday's washout. The lodge and dam were pretty impressive but there was no sign of any wildlife apart from the usual chipmunks and squirrels warning us off their pinecones!
After the walk we headed to the Visitor's Centre as we needed to send some emails, especially to our friend Joy who we hoped to visit in the next couple of days and as yet we didn't know her address!
The Visitor's Centre had been ...
... and they wanted to find out all they could about it. Nick and Tom gave them a run down of it's assets (moments before this Tom had again been complaining that we should have brought 2 smaller tent etc etc but suddenly he didn't have a word to say against it!) The Canadian, who we later learned was called Bill regailed us with many a tale about bears at the campsite, canoeing with beavers and told us the best places to view this wildlife. He even offered us the use of ...