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Yesterday's drive was pretty cool...this one was even better. Continuing along the Trans-Canada highway, we pushed through the mountains hugging Lake Superior. The weather was pretty bad, but the low cloud cover made for some great views of the lake. There were even fewer small towns, so if you ever make the same trip as us, be sure to watch your …
... paddle around the bays when
the wind hasn't whipped up the waves. If you check the map, Dog Lake
is pretty large, about twenty kilometres long.
The fun last weekend was when a
half-dozen large trees fell across the road blocking in the weekend
warriors until the Ministry of Natural Resources sent a crew to chain
saw these suckers up into future firewood (cut to that length as ...
... fall. This particular
waterfall used to be part of a mining operation. Next we went
to Aguasaban Gorge followed by the Ouimet Canyon which to reach we had to go on
a half hour hike. This place in particular scared Mom and Mariah because the
two decks we had to stand on to see the canyon hung over a large cliff. If I’m
being honest myself, it freaked me out a little too but that didn’t stop me
from going and looking over the edge. My favourite part ...
April 18th. -10 degrees. 20 cms of snow. Roads snowy and freezing rain warnings across the Trans Canada east of Thunder Bay. Hello second night at Econo lodge. And that is how one night in Thunder Bay, turned into two.
Ended up catching Oblivion on opening day with only two other ...
... as it was featured on the Food Network's "You Gotta Eat Here" and we had to concur that it was really that good. We had ribs and sweet fries with ceasar salad. Yummy! Bella even got a little. She's so spoiled. We continued on and finally arrived in Thunder Bay. It was a bit of a mix up there because I really wanted to see the Terry Fox Monument of where he officially ended his Marathon of Hope. ...