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... set up we had. Right across from the washrooms and showers, and a laundry machine as well. We really had the place to ourselves. Beautiful spot, too,
After we packed up, we took a moment at Tim Horton's to go online to learn what the main attractions were in Kenora. Surprise -- the #1 attraction according to TripAdvisor's contributors was Rushing River ...
After 3 months staying at my brother's cottage In Sioux Narrows, Ontario we headed out today towards Eastern Canada. It was a busy time over the last 3 months while I assisted my family's with their health issues and Ken provided the brawn to assist my brother with cottage maintenance chores. The days are definitely getting colder here and we have to our little space heater going at night in the motorhome when the temperature has been down to 5 degrees Celsius. We are driving south ...
... works well (when the sun
shines) and is much faster than using my small motorcycle charger.
Relaxed for a couple of days reading, fishing, cooking via fire and
playing some Scrabble. Besides squirrels and chipmunks to keep Bogie
occupied, all we espied, wildlife wise, was a deer.
Continuing on around the circle, where
the next adventure starts tomorrow... Stay tuned...
- Many ...
... also ran into a place where four bears who had been hunted and cleaned were hanging out on a homemade scaffold, with their fur still on, in preparation for butchering.
Drove through various small towns including Dryden which contains the first Tim Horton's on our route today, so it goes without saying everyone ended up in there for more ...
... and freezing my tush off. Plus when it is this hot
out, the swim afterwards will feel amazing and rewarding. We stopped
for a quick lunch to cool off in the shade about 2 hours into the
paddle. Half an hour later we hopped back in the canoes and continued
on. We reached an area of the lake called the “Narrows”. As you
approach it you think that it is a massive wall of reeds. Closer to
it you see a narrow pathway winding through ...