BEST WESTERN PLUS Nor'Wester Hotel & Conference Centre
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... a nuisance than a hindrance as we were still able to enjoy the scenery as we drove through upper Ontario. Until the last two days I did not appreciate what a large province it is! We stopped at Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park this afternoon. A very pretty little park with a 39 meter tall waterfall. Tonight we are in Thunder Bay and will continue east ...
... curious about the leavening agent used - a baker secret so that no one could set up a competing business as this bread not only served the Great Hall, but was also sold in the fort for revenue. The Northwest Company knew how to make a penny squeak! We spent a very enjoyable four and a half hours at the fort and agreed that there was still a lot to see and a return visit might be in ...
... seen many lists, regardless it is still beautiful.
We drove into Wawa around lunch time and decided to take a quick look at the Big Goose. It is indeed very big and located at a nice scenic overlook to the Lake. If you haven't guessed by now, the theme for our drive through Northern Ontario is Big things. We decided to take the Northern Ontario ...
... close to 350km, which was always going to challenge the range of the Versys. I was warned that there may be no service stations in between, as the one roughly in the middle has recently been closed on and off. Even as a ride it was a challenge. Nothing but lakes and woods with lakes in the woods and just lakes and just woods, you get picture.... I was happy for the couple of road construction stops that got me thinking about something else for a second as I was ...
... to do something about this. So he announced that he would run across Canada, 5,300 miles to raise money for cancer research.
He left on April 12, 1980 from St. John’s, Newfoundland and ran 26 miles everyday. He ran across 5 provinces and reached Ontario in June. Then, at mile 3339 right here in Thunder Bay he was forced to give up his run as the Cancer had re-appeared. Through his perseverance in the face of over whelming odds he had inspired an out ...