Algonquin Trails Camping Resort
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We awoke at 5:00 am to a winter wonderland and the news that Highway 400 at Barrie was closed in both directions. Our departure was delayed as an alternate route was worked out in order to gather all our passengers. Stops were made in Orillia, Barrie, Bradford (along Yonge Street to get there) and Vaughan where we picked up Bill Watts, our driver and Tony Stewart's biggest fan. The snow was heaviest in the Barrie area and disappeared from the sky by ...
... peak (… how do they figure that out?) and the yellows of the tamarack, poplars, aspens and birch appear a few weeks after that. But the foliage really is very beautiful already and my photos just don’t do it justice - sunshine would help! There were lots of people stopped beside the road and on the trails carrying tripods with their cameras sporting huge lenses, and I ...
The day turned out to be quite nice. Some overcast sky, some clouds and mostly sunny by the afternoon. I’d thought to move quickly through Ontario and spend a few days driving along the Fall Foliage routes in Vermont and New York but have decided to take my time in Ontario instead. So, I only got as far as Huntsville. I stopped at Burk’s Falls for a short walk along the Heritage River and the water was furiously blasting through the ...
Leaving Sault Ste Marie on another rainy morning, we took the northern route to North Bay and then down highway 11 to the Muskoka lake area. Arriving at adorable Huntsville, we went for a stroll on the public docks where Stella jumped in and tried to retrieve an exposed post that was just showing above the water. It was hilarious watching her try to grab it and gave us and some other tourists a ...
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- Portage 5305m (That's like 3 miles ONE WAY and we did two trips each portage. So a
total of 9 miles with this portage alone!)
- Canoe and travel through two more portages of 250m and 285m