Tuscarora Lodge And Canoe Outfitters
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- Pets allowed
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We finally made it to Thunder Bay. Long trip - speed limit is 90 km, road is not twinned and it is very curvy. Beautiful scenery though. Highlights was - Kenora, it really is a beautiful and interesting place. The Chip truck was very good too. - Kakabeka Falls, second largest falls in Ontario and also known as the Niagra of the north. Drag Monique caught a cold - sore throat, and I'm still sick - buckley's ...
... anything but the unnamed island we landed on.
At least we had lots of firewood and it was ironic that we had a
picnic here on our first day of paddling.
Left after coffee and cereal before the
wind and waves arrived. Paddling towards Stanton Bay, we drifted by a
Moose with a huge rack; he ignored us but followed our movement (red
canoe?). The weather closed in quickly so we setup camp ...
... to Africa and 4th time to Keyna. It will be Hannah's 2nd time to Africa and first visit to Kenya. I cant wait to show her around and introduce her to everyone in the CES family.
Hannah will be using her artist skills and teaching art in a few of the highschools. She is a real talented artist and I am excited to watch her teach the kids all that she knows.
We also hope ...
... a nuisance than a hindrance as we were still able to enjoy the scenery as we drove through upper Ontario. Until the last two days I did not appreciate what a large province it is! We stopped at Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park this afternoon. A very pretty little park with a 39 meter tall waterfall. Tonight we are in Thunder Bay and will continue east ...
... 8217;t really awake. At least I can now regain some warmth and I fall back asleep.
Something rouses me at 9:05 and it isn’t the alarm because for some reason it didn’t get set; not on the clock and not on either of our phones. I would love nothing more than to stay right where I am but that is not my reality today. This is our last day in Thunder Bay and we want to go check out the Amethyst Mine and Sleeping Giant Provincial ...