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... away this year.
we thought we saw in Sleeping Giant PP has now been confirmed as a
Bobcat by their resident expert.
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... the Caliper Lake Provincial Park
which opened the day we arrived. Scored a lakeside campsite that was
easy to drive in but a little bit of hell getting out the next
morning. The wind off the lake kept both mosquitoes and Black Flies
away while we had an organic pasta dinner with Tofurky.
Left early the next day since this
campground was a little on the ...
... summer here with my brother and my mother. Ken has a big to-do list from my brother who isn't very handy. I will amuse myself and plan to join some activities at the Seniors Centre (gawd that sounds old)... We have been here 4 days and the weather is improving now thank ...
... storks riding the thermals (maybe they were in route for the meeting point I had found in Alberta! - remember the sign). If it wasn't for the pictures I took I would never have guessed that they were storks.
Arriving in Whiteshell, unfortunately the campground was full. What else to expect on a Saturday night of a 3-day long weekend? Every province or so (except Quebec) celebrates the first Monday of August, so the ...
We made excellent time arriving in Kenora by mid-afternoon. It was here that we stopped at a lakeside park, which had a large fish statue called Husky the Muskie. But not before playing around on the dock which the locals aptly call the underpass. Continuing on to Dryden, we came upon an auto service center called AA Godbout just outside of town, which had an old VW Bug made to look like a ...