Airlane Hotel and Conference Centre
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Elche gesehen: Check! Heute haben wir eine echte Riesenetappe hinter uns gebracht. Etwas über 700 Kilometer und 10 Stunden im Auto... Wir wollten unbedingt nach Thunder Bay, da wir uns so einen oder zwei Tage mehr in Calgary oder Vancouver gönnen können :)
Begonnen hat alles mit einem relativ guten Frühstück in …
... makes it somewhat eerie. “Do you know what this reminds me of?” Jim asks. “No, what?” I answer him with another question. “Copperhead Road,” he says. He is referring to the song from many years ago by Steve Earl. “Really? Not me,” I say. “To me, I am thinking that if anyone ever needed to get rid of a body THIS would be the place to do it. No one would ever find it.” Jim laughed. “It could ...
... straight,” Brenda says. “We were going to go to Hillcrest Park, anyway. Let’s just go now.”
Hillcrest Park has one of the best views of the bay. The Sleeping Giant dominates the view as it does from just about every vantage point. Brenda tells us that sunrises are pretty from way up here, but the sun isn’t shining today and there is a haze over the bay. We still take pictures; Brenda with her camera, me with ...
... to cover and I still have urges to fall asleep. Jim seems to be doing ok and I really should try and stay awake even though we ride along quietly. We pass through Ignace and the sign says 104 kms to Upsala. I check for messages and email every now and again to keep busy and on one of these occasions I notice a text message from Brenda. She is asking whereabouts we are and tells us where to fill with gas if we are still in Dryden. We are long past Dryden ...
... so we could do laundry and shop for our next
adventure – Quetico Part Deux.
- Ontario needs more camping
opportunities like this defunct park; in fact, the MNR should expand
the number of sites and charge $5-10 dollars a night to stop
- Better than Deep Woods Off:
- Found a beat ...