Red Deer Log Cabins and Campground
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- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Madawaska
... as the sun had appeared making the lakes and trees even more spectacular, so we stopped off for a final walk around Mew Lake where we could pick some berries to take with us to Joy's.
The blueberries were looking wonderful in the morning sunshine and today even more people were around, some with huge buckets that they were filling with berries. We wandered away from the main area of picking and were ...
... but our new friend, Bill, was nowhere to be seen which was disappointing as we'd hoped to take him up on his offer of using the canoe, we debated hiring one, but instead went off to walk the Beaver Trail. Nick and I remembered walking this the last time we were here and Molly was keen to see the beaver lodge that we had told her about.
We raced around the trail as there were lots more sites that we wanted to see whilst here and ...
... 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 ...
... various large pieces of cardboard hanging from the ceiling with the title "losers unpaid bills" hand written in marker pen, and the names of people who presumably owed the shop money. This town has a definite feel of Bodmin! Anyway the chap glued Nick’s shoes and even offered Molly money for an ice cream (she turned down the offer in case her name was added to the list as we drove out of ...
Got our Timmies on our way out of Sudbury and continued on along Highway 17. Found a nice picnic pullout for breakfast, just after we had seen another Moose grazing close to the road. We got to Algonquin Park after lunch and arrived at the West Gate entrance. We talked to the information desk there and decided we would camp for the night as it only worked out to be an extra $10 to camp with the fees we had to pay anyway for a day pass. We chose to stay ...