BEST WESTERN PLUS Nor'Wester Hotel & Conference Centre
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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 …
... in 2 hrs. I boarded the plane and as the flight attendants started the safety speech a passenger noticed a leak from the top of the plane. We all had to get off the plane so they could check it. An hour later my flight was cancelled and I had to call my gparents back and say I wasn't coming. Day 2-3 were uneventful just visiting and hanging out. Day 4 we crossed ...
... 8211; most pieces have drifted off to campsites already). After picking
Cindy up at 01:00 Tuesday morning we decided to do a back-country
kayak trip on Dog Lake.
Leaving Tag and Storm on their
campsite, we headed north towards the Dog River with the wind at our
backs. After a picnic on a rock, we paddled on for a couple more
hours until we found a beach, which we anointed ...
... the Wheat Board. Now the grains could go out directly to China via Vancouver or Prince Rupert, without having to take a turn around the American continent. It could also be a little early in the harvest.
The trip down from Kenora was smooth. I met someone at the guest house in Minnedosa and asked whether I should spend the night at Kenora or Dryden -- the next village along the way towards Thunder Bay. She made a big argument for ...
... hike from the parking lot, but it is over 30 degrees today and sunny, so it was super hot! We managed to make it to the first look out pod. The canyon is likely another result of the soft diabase eroding over time - it is a large canyon.
From there we stopped at the Terry Fox memorial just outside Thunder Bay - it is here becasue that is as far as he made it on his Marathon of Hope tour - he ran over 5000 km. Incredible! We ...