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... by endless signs warning us about moose we haven't seen one yet.
Ontario is unbelievably enormous! It has taken us days and days to finally get to the western part, the Kenora area, close to the Manitoba border. The provincial park we chose to camp at was all but deserted this late in the season, so we had our pick of locations, and what ...
... Narrows to the USA border crossing at International Falls. The route to Sault St Marie is shorter and gas is cheaper if we go between Lake Superior and Lake Michigan in the USA. Our first night we are staying in Duluth, MN in the Black Bear Casino parking lot (woohoo!). Had to taste some of the local beers but found them too hoppy for our tastes. Expenses: RV gas $100.00 Propane: $25.00 Free overnite in Black Bear casino parking lot near Duluth, MN (except for our gambling and great ...
... challenging me to ride across Africa. But I digress..... I did eventually pull into Winnipeg. Today's mileage does not included the numerous circles I made within town limits. I wanted to see a little bit, but I knew this was not a place I wanted to stay. I eventually picked up Highway 1 again and I headed for Kenora, Ontario. I do have to ad that today was the first day I actually spent any time on Highway 1 since I took it to Whytecliff Park back in Vancouver, ...
... to power boats! It was just as well I opted to hang on to the strap rather than Audrey, or she'd have had some choice bruises by the end of it! It was SO much fun, I may have whooped and hollered a few times, in-between hanging on for dear life! I marvelled at the beautiful houses, there would be hundreds of them along the shoreline. Some were millionaires mansions, Audrey pointed out one that had a boat house worth more than most people's houses. Apparently lots of ...
... on the horizon - the result was me getting quite seasick. I was very tempted to put my head over the side, but I did my best to hold back...and then after about 2 hours the wind seemed to die down and the waves stopped. The rest of the day was so much better, regardless of our fishing success.
We were getting lots of bites, but the fish seemed to be winning! However, soon after the waters ...