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While traveling through Ontario, today, we saw one moose, one black bear then a mother moose and two calves and then another moose! They were all safely away from the highway. Too fast for us to get a picture of though. More beautiful scenery of rugged rock cliffs and big lakes. We decided to take the more northern route on Highway #11. It's a little shorter and a lot quicker. Another long travel day puts us over halfway there! We're staying in Cochrane, ON ...
Happy Star Wars Day! "May the 4th be with you!" A more leisurely start to the day with a walk on the shore of Lake Superior & of course with a Ontario Tim's coffee in hand. Less kms today with only 700 behind us. One of the highlights of the day was a local beaver guiding us down the highway! How Canadian is that ...
... like that honesty about youth; Nobody knows anybody, it's moning, and it will be years before any of them accept the ridiculous concept of small talk. I got to concentrate on my table manners, the ballet of the fork and knife still in need of fine tuning and by the end of that 15 minutes, I looked like a gentleman. It' all about keeping up apparences isn't it? About NOT looking like the animals that we, basically are. Or maybe it's basic respect for the person sitting in front of ...
... pieces to our propane tank, so after an emergency run to town for propane we dined on sausages and salad. The boys went for an after dinner swim and we all checked out the waterfalls.
All were in bed by 10pm and by some kind of miracle - Josephine slept straight through until 7am.
Now I'm leaving out the gory bits of the story - for all of you that said it isn't going to be easy, so far you are ...
In spite of the two cups of coffee before bed and the rattling of the train throughout the night, sleep was only permeated by the flicker of a freight train as it moseyed on by. My phone had died, and with no plugs available in the berth I had to rely on the sun to wake me up this morning, leaving my blind ajar to let it peek through as my alarm at five. Of course I didn't get up at five, but once the beautiful green wilderness began passing by my window in all ...