BEST WESTERN PLUS Muskoka Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... rock, and the more they stumbled over the words. It would have been great to awaken them to bagpipes, since they kept most of the street awake. Funny that no one called the police. We didn't cause being parked in the driveway, we don't feel like we can, as non residents, make an issue....but, how come no one else called. We thought it would be a slow day, but we ended ...
... out the other corner..didn't seem that much fun. There was a climbing wall and another bouncy house with a slide. The kids looked to be having a lot of fun. The music was loud and pretty basic...but went on till midnight!!! And could be heard throughout the town...complete with echoes... There was a full, blue moon last night over all the festivities.... And this morning, at the bandshell park, there is a Farmer's Market and, on the ...
This used to be a great place to stop! The only thing that would occasionally wake us through the night was wildlife! One time we were kept awake by a screech owl. Nate will remember that! We were in the tent trailer. But last night , it was all human! Just across the way is a huge tent, with a bunch of teens and preteens. When we went to bed it was quiet. Around midnight and until 2:30-3 when I finally fell asleep, they were talking loudly, laughing, swearing ...
... down in Toronto, Paul and I gave each other a congratulatory kiss and we said, "We did it!" It didn't seem possible, but after five years of planning and 315 days of traveling, we were home! My mother met us at the airport - tears glistening in her eyes because she had her babies home again - I think that may have meant me and Paul too this time! (Dad couldn't join us at the airport as there wasn't enough room in the ...
... of Ralph Bice lake.
At some point it was raining caterpillars. Poor things being blown off by the wind that they fell onto the site, one narrowly missing the fire pit. That was when I started my Caterpillar Relocation Program, picking the helpless crawlies using twigs and flicking them into their newly-appointed bushes, despite their protests.
I've come a long way from when I was ten years old and petrified of caterpillars. Cockroaches, ...