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Well, it's been a while.
On Day 5 - Aug 27, we stopped in Bemidji on Paul Bunyan Drive -- that is their claim to fame, but we didn't meet him. When we left, we passed through Wolf Point -- OMG you should see (or not) all the tankers and oil wells. It looks like you would expect in the oil sands -- and there is a lot of 'fracking' going on. those *(^*&&^ frackers.
We passed the centre of North America in Rugby, N Dakota.
Our mate Tommy dropped a hint that he worked with someone who had a brother who owned an icefishing business on Lake Erie.... so a few weeks later, we hit him up for it and the icefishing plans were set.
We left Hamilton at 6am with a full car of 5, and drove the one and a half hours to the lake.... only... on the way, we stopped at a mans house who was lending us his fishing gear.
This man was the most generous and hospitible man we have ever come across. Like... ...
... are and the amount of water that continuously goes over them is ridiculous. We spent a while just staring at them, the water is mesmerising. Took some photos and then walked up the road which is so commercialised you wouldn't believe it. It felt like I was in Disneyland! They had rides and wax museums and every chain of fast food you can think of, was quite bizarre going from a natural waterfall to a completely commercialised street within 200meters. After having ...
This Friday the 13th was slightly different from the last. Even though there were tens of thousands of people in Port Dover in April, the crowds then seemed sparse in comparison to this trip. Reports say there were upwards of 140,000 people there, and that is probably true! It was also one of the hottest days of the year, with temperatures well over 35 degrees Celsius in the afternoon. Not exactly ...
The lake is really nice, there is a light breeze, that is a little chilly, and though the towns aren't too populated, they are closer together. They are a lot less touristy than imagined, because of their names( peacock point;hickory beach) and their placement on shore. There are few grocery stores, and the towns have too many houses, with few places to stop. The few places we have rested have been very nice, ...