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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I guess all trips have to come to an
end. Perhaps it is even poetic that Killbear Provincial Park was the
first and last destination. This is a pretty park on Georgian Bay
that we utilized during the quieter camping times.
Things I would like to change on this trip – the
weather, I guess, since there was a little too ...
... rest area where we had lunch. I'm amazed at how little topsoil they have here. Two feet at the most so it is definitely not farmland. This became apparent when we saw them stripping soil off areas where they were improving the highway. We also saw our first groups of Amish settlers. Signs on the highway warned us about horse and buggy possibilities and we eventually saw several. We also saw a farmer harvesting wheat with a ...
... at the map we are not even1/5th of the way to Vancouver. We will have to make up for some lost time but luckily our schedule isn't too jam packed it just makes our time on the island shorter than expected. And well have some difficulties with the car rental ...
... wear at shirt with some fishing statement on it. I started talking with both, learning the fisher fella was from the state sand that he'dtZravelled the rails this way on quite a number of occasions and had basically grown up on thr railroad when both his Dad ad Grand dad had worked on the trains . He had made the young boy. We went back to wait for our berth to be closed up. The attendant was so sweet and talked with us about her six years with cp. "Seasonal" of ...
After much debating about what to do today, we opted to head back over to Rosseau to see Tom and Laura. Josh, Melody and Bronwyn came with us as both Josh and B wanted to go for a swim. Tom had to come out to the road on the Argo (all terrain vehicle)to take some of us and our stuff out to the Yurt as the road in from the hiway is long, muddy and full of mosquitoes...some of us walked most of ...