BEST WESTERN PLUS Nor'Wester Hotel & Conference Centre
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... 8217;t really awake. At least I can now regain some warmth and I fall back asleep.
Something rouses me at 9:05 and it isn’t the alarm because for some reason it didn’t get set; not on the clock and not on either of our phones. I would love nothing more than to stay right where I am but that is not my reality today. This is our last day in Thunder Bay and we want to go check out the Amethyst Mine and Sleeping Giant Provincial ...
Free hot breakfast at the hotel and then we hit the road for another full day of driving. Holy Moly, Canada really is a massive country...we've been driving for two days solid and we aren't even out of our own province yet. There really isn't much between Sault Ste. Marie and Thunder Bay - a statue of a giant goose in Wawa, a statue of Winnie the Pooh in White River, and a whole lot of nature. ...
... s NFLD on April 12, 1980 - he walked 26 miles a day, 7 days a week. On September 1st, in Thunder Bay, Terry had to stop his dream due to cancer recurrence. At this point he had walked 5,373 km in 143 days with an amputated leg wearing his prosthesis. He passed away June 1981 and was voted in 1999 as one of Canada's greatest hero.
In Thunder Bay it probably took us an hour to find a hotel - everything was sold out - a folk concert was being held in ...
... made fresh sandwiches.
Our next stop was in Wawa, Ontario where Phill got to see the world's largest goose. We took a tour of Wawa as I lived there when I was 12 and 13 years of age. The town did not change much. We saw my old school, beach and park hangout and the house that I lived in. It was nice to stop off for a while.
Along trans Canada highway ...
... having raised $24 million for Cancer Research. Terry Fox is a Canadian national hero and after reading about him he's one of ours too... he was so brave and did a truly amazing thing. As we were leaving the memorial we saw and had a play with a 12 week bulldog puppy called Lola who was so adorable and then back on our travels saw our first deer - yay. We stopped for lunch on the boarder of the time zones where ...