Algonquin Parkway Inn
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... Park to spot moose. and low and behold we saw two..
Stopped at the info center to let the pups out to pee...just out of the car and I spotted something jump on to Addie, yep another tick..got the little *******
Made it thru the park and turned right at Barry's Bay to find Sunnyhill Park and drove to the end of the world but it was worth it. What a gorgeous park....right on Bark Lake. very friendly people there.
Writing this at 10.35pm 16/09/2014 Arlington Inn, Maynooth, Ontario, Canada.
Montreal is a funny old place. I was woken up by a mental woman shouting at the top of her voice in the street outside our room at 3am. It seems like there's shady characters everywhere here. This city is not what I expected at all. Some would call it a dodgy area but I prefer to think of it as edgy and enigmatic. Ok, it's dodgy. We had a charming view of drug dealers and ...
... them up in the tree for safety as she foraged and ate. There were a few photographers under a nearby tree and we joined them snapping away and marvelling at the close proximity of this beautiful bear. When the mother eventually decided that she should leave, I suddenly became aware that Tom and Molly had got closer to her than I'd have liked. Luckily she didn't seem to mind and after calling her cubs they all ...
... but our new friend, Bill, was nowhere to be seen which was disappointing as we'd hoped to take him up on his offer of using the canoe, we debated hiring one, but instead went off to walk the Beaver Trail. Nick and I remembered walking this the last time we were here and Molly was keen to see the beaver lodge that we had told her about.
We raced around the trail as there were lots more sites that we wanted to see whilst here and ...
... it appeared that the animals are much more sensible and stay well and truly hidden on cold, rainy days. This is the only campsite that we have stayed at that doesn't have an indoor space to read a book or charge up your electronic devices and of course it's the one time when we would actually have used it to warm up and relax. Molly spent some of the day sat in the car reading - (yes, that's how bad it was) the tent was just too chilly to sit in for any length of time.