BEST WESTERN Pembroke Inn & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Swimming pool
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At the Airport, the carer from the Academy didn't find me. Hahaha Funny,because I cant be overlooked. :) I guess he did't know I was in a weehlchair.(he should follow my blog :3).
He had a little car so it was a little bit uncomfortable, but it ...
... It was a very important place for Newfoundland's first people, the Maritime Archaic Indians, who made special trips to the place to bury their dead. Later Paleoeskimo's used the area for the hunting of harp seal. Shortly before the arrival of Europeans in the region, the ancestors of the Beothuk people established a number of small habitation sites. The Indian culture, for shelter, used old whale bones (as a frame) covered with ...
... of produce for the market together with other farmers, jewellery makers etc. After, we drove to Golden Lake and Pikwakanagan. We visited a community museum of The Algonquins who were the first inhabitants of the Ottawa Valley and many now live in the thriving community of Pikwakanagan which is on the south shore of Golden Lake and the Bonnechere River. Pikwakanagan is welcoming to visitors. We purchased some beautiful moccasins made from soft deer ...
Eating up the miles (kilometers?) on the way out of Ottawa, I headed northwest on Canada 17 towards Sudbury. The beautiful Ottawa River was on my right and I motored along admiring the scenery and the lack of people and traffic. Eventually it became time for fuel and a rest break and I started looking for a good place to stop. There were many road signs touting the qualities of a placed called Pembroke so I rolled the dice and took a right turn off ...
... decided to go with the flow... It turned out a lot better than I expected and the swim at Iron Ring was the only one of the day. I did get to practice the "T" rescue several times during the paddle downstream.
I managed to get my "roll" on day two but couldn't get it consistently and was still a bit shaky in the boat. After the morning session we went back to McCoy's where I had the opportunity to shoot some ...