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Travel Blogs from South River
In total there were 14 of us on the trip. We all met at the usual Outdoor Club trip meeting spot at 9.30am, piled into 2 vans, and began the 4 hour drive. It was getting quite cold thanks to a polar vortex, and the further North we drove, the deeper the snow and the higher the snow piles were on the sides of the roads. It was like driving through a tunnel.
Once we arrived, we checked into the place we were staying, layered up in our snow gear, and went snowshoeing on the ...
... visit! We left with the invitation to return come syrup season, where hard work earns you good eats.
A late night viewing of the approaching lightning storm wrapped up the evening, as we headed off to bed to rest up for Day 2.
Many thanks to Kip and Dave for the generosity!!
We got a nice early start this morning - after Bob emptied the waste tanks we were able to get underway by 8 am. It was very foggy as we pulled out of town and headed for the International Bridge leading to Sault Ste Marie Ontario. It would have been quite an amazing view of the St Mary River if not for the fog!
At the other end of the bridge was Canada Customs and the navigator directed Bob to the wrong ...
... and visiting friends. Played a little bridge after storing Baby, my bike, at Moyra & Dave's for the summer and started planning in more detail on driving to see Newfoundland and Labrador this summer.
Stay tuned for my summer adventures... ...
We've enjoyed a few days in Callander on Callander Bay, Lake Nippising (near North Bay) with friends Judy Skidmore and Phil Hearn. Judy and Phil are long time friends from rugby days and it is always great to get together for good food, wine, port and conversation.
We picked up the trailer Thursday and have had it checked out and bought a few provisions before setting out for Lake Superior early Monday May 28.
Now the adventure really begins.