Timber Lost Resort
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It got really quiet last night around 10:30pm...and very dark. We were right beside a lake so the heat and humidity made for difficult sleeping. Our air conditioner is very loud and we noticed that no one else had theirs on...so we used a fan instead...till about 5 when that, too was making way too much noise. So we got an early start. Made coffee and then threw the canoe in the lake and went for a paddle. Late last night and early this morning we heard several loons so ...
forward to loading it up and camping.
After picking up the trailer and stored
stuff at Moyra and Dave's, I meandered over to Killbear Provincial
Park for the long May weekend. Although crowded, I had a quiet site
where I could clean Tag's insides before its gruelling trip and
ensure all the goodies are working. Killbear is a great ...
... a real treat when it
costs less than $100. This stalling allowed Cindy to catch up; I was
only five minutes ahead by the time we reached her land.
After hand-sawing a wind-downed Balsam,
we got Tag backed onto its spot by the lake for the next nine days.
The weather was really nice for two days but then changed to cold
with rain (and a little snow) ...
... more civilized region that boasted numerous upscale vacation lake homes. I traveled through trendy Boulder Junction and campy Star Lake on my way to tonight's destination, Phelps, a town of 1,350. My route ended at a perfect location, Phelps's newest business, Sweets, Treats & More. I splurged on a humongous serving of butter pecan ...
... of The World. While still in the wooded outskirts of Mercer, the bike route took Surly and I to our first motorcycle rally. We met Turtle, head honcho of The Mercer Loons, the local Harley club that was hosting the 27th annual Loon Party. The weekend event was just gearing up as Turtle came over to welcome us and invited us to stay and play Harley games. Tons of bikers ...