Red Deer Log Cabins and Campground
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Travel Blogs from Madawaska
... fairly far away according to the strength of their howling. We ended up sleeping under the stars in sleeping bags, they were attached to the sides of our horse packs…it was pretty neat. You never truly experience the outdoors until you sleep on the ground with a sleeping bag and a pitch black night with just a small fire in the middle of everyone…I swear I could see every star so so clearly and they were soo bright. It was a sight to ...
... was a car on the opposite side of the road , it's occupants out looking over the nearby field taking photos so we pulled up behind it. The driver came over and told us that not 5 minutes before a moose bull, cow and calf had wandered across the road into the field but had now vanished. A quick look around but they had gone so time for some dinner and then back to cottage. Plan is to spend the day in the park tomorrow so lets hope we can spot something ...
... much money we have spent and keep on track with our budget.
Time slipped away and it was 10.00am I made lunch and a flask of coffee Richard found a place we can see tomorrow on the way to Ottawa a slight detour off Hwy 60 at Eganville to Fourth Chute and the Bonnechere Caves. Will need to check their website for times of the cave tours.
Took the Barry's Bay Cottage folder with the sights to see in and around the town ...
... when on foot. Same goes for wolves really, not known for their social skills your average wolf. Moose however I was expecting to see at least one, perhaps munching on some foliage somewhere. But no, nada, nothing. Maybe someone in the past just stapled some antlers to a horse and called it a moose and has been fooling us ever since. Anyway another mystery revealed itself today. After passing several garden centres I began to notice ...
... Park to ourselves for a short time this morning. You know it is Monday all the workers are back in full force on the roadworks bit of a slow ride through parts of the park.
As Richard missed the road to Cache Lake yesterday we pulled in there to see the Historical site where a town was built back in the late 1800 and used up until 1959. A train took the wealth folks right to the hotel but now the forest has taken over nothing remains of the town only a ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed