Econo Lodge Huntsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... all the creatures of Algonquin which refuse to make an appearance in the wild. There's a shop, a theatre, a viewing deck with magnificent outlook, a cafe serving hot & cold food & drinks, so coffee it is, and a sandwich for later.
Now we're heading to marker 45 for the Beaver Pond Trail. This 2k track, with plenty more ups and downs, is fascinating for its clear insight into the world of the Beaver. Once again, we see no animals, but signs ...
Drove around Three Mile Lake. This was the Lake where MMs parents owned an island from 1923 to 1948. They holidayed there for two months every summer. Katie and Graham had met the owners of a cottage on the shore when they were here three years ago. Gill and Tim Wright have now become dear friends, having visited us in Australia last year and hoping to come again. They had made contact with the current owners of Crescent Island where the Becker cottage was. ...
Drove north of Toronto, past many lakes. Stopped for lunch at north end of Lake Simcoe. Later went to Lake of Bays in search of Kilgours' cottage, but were unable to find it. Stopped at Maple Farm, small business with a couple who started it up two years ago. Had a bit of a tour and, of course, bought real maple syrup. Not far from there was Pioneer ...
... ve also been the new, smaller van which somehow forced us to bond quicker. However, the newbies involved three Germans, two Australians, a swedish girl and a dutch guy. It must have been weird for them to join in on a tour with a group of people that have already known each other for what felt like forever (it really did), but we got along very well and happily made our sub-group to a not-so-much-sub-group for this second part of the trip.
From Toronto it is a 3 hours drive ...
... evenings on the dock, gone water skiing and tubing, and had a fantastic week enjoying the life at the cottage in July.
On Monday night, one of our friends claimed that she didn't have closure on the blog since we returned. I apologized and guaranteed that she would have it soon. The kids are working on a final video, and they are excited to share it with you all.
On that note, thank you once again to all ...