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... enough and headed back to the car.
Although all of these were super exciting, I was quite upset about not seeing a beaver. I had been told by a few people that I would definitely be able to see 1 in Algonquin, and we saw too many beaver lodges to count, but never saw an actual beaver. They are nocturnal, and the best time to see them is apparently just before sunset, so we headed out on a beaver mission on our last night in the park, but were unsuccessful ...
... me to the high metal, fenced-in enclosure for firewood. I grabbed my big, red, pliable rubber tub. The one I had bought thinking it might come in handy as a bathtub...and for firewood hauling! I started filling it up with logs that were piled up near the enclosure gate. So smart, I was, getting the wood near the gate so I wouldn't have to lug it so far. The wood was a little damp and I wondered if I was just gathering logs ...
... my little point-and-shoot Canon can’t begin to compete with that. Oh well, it is what it is. I also realize that if I post too many, they will all start looking the same, a bit like fiddle tunes that all start to sound the same, so, attached are some of my better ones.
We really had a wonderful day, met some folks who asked me about my Roadtrek and another who was ...
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 ...
... Crow's Bay and Lake Lavieille
- Camp at one of the two campgrounds at the junction of Lake Lavieille and Hardy Bay
- Canoe into Hardy Bay
- Portage 90m into Dickson Lake
- Camp near the portage trail to get to the East Arm of Opeongo Lake