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Travel Blogs from Huntsville
... coming back to our place on Tuesday. This is another long weekend without EC! We miss her! I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce some of you to our family. For those of you who know us (or have had to listen to countless stories about my family in my grade 12 classes), this is old news. My husband Paul is an English teacher at Streetsville SS. He describes himself as a proud father, a loving husband, and a passionate teacher who loves ...
So this weekend, we packed up our hiking gear, put all our clothes in garbage bags, got on a bus with a bunch of other members of the McMaster outdoor club, and spent 4 hours travelling north to Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario.
We were spending the weekend on a backcountry canoe, portage trip. Yay!!
The bus ride was fun. We made new friends and spent a bunch of time playing games with some English people who we got along with well INSTANTLY. They understood our jokes and ...
... into any major problems. And when I get to Bali I really hope there's someone there to pick me up and take me to the hostel and nothing sketchy happens in between! About to board this plane to Vancouver and let the adventure begin! Who knows what will happen along the way but for now I just need to focus and start to be excited for what I'm about to do! It's an adventure of a lifetime and I need to embrace every minute of ...
... managed to find a small scrap of the old wall that we gave to Mom. We have taken tons of autumn pictures...leaves, water, leaves reflected in water, leaves hanging over rocks...the usual tourist stuff but have not been able to put the canoe in again because of the wet weather. We had a night a few days back, when the skies once again opened and the water came down in sheets...and just when we thought it couldn't rain any harder, it did. ...
... Driving towards Sudbury we were bouncing like crazy. And then, we thought we would try going through North Bay instead of our usual route to tuen south at Sudbury. The road condition on hiway 17, which is the Trans Canada by the way...was horrible. I don't know how the big trucks manage to use that hiway! We stopped in Huntsville for pizza and then managed to make it to Bracebridge by 8pm...and able to set up before it got too dark. The new Motorhome takes up the entire driveway at ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed