Days Inn & Suites Sault Ste. Marie
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10 hour driving day. We left Ottawa at 8:00 am, travelled through snow and freezing rain from Pembroke to North Bay, and then made our way to Sault Ste. Marie in the sunshine.
Tonight, Sarah and I are busy in our sweet hotel room with Rock the Arts work.I am building banana trees for our set and she is searching for places to sleep …
We continue on east and then just a little north to the city that shares it name with its sister city over the Canadian border, Sault Sainte Marie. Our plan was to see the Soo Locks and then take a quick day trip in the truck over the border.
The Soo Locks have been referred to as one of the great wonders of the world and are still the largest & one of the busiest waterway traffic systems on earth! Watching huge vessels pass through the Locks ...
Leaden grey skies and rain welcomed us to Ontario as we passed through Kenora, home of Husky the Muskie ( a sturgeon or Jackfish?). The scenic route wove a path around Lake of the Woods with over 17,000 islands that all seemed to have beautiful cottages, docks and every size and shape of water transport. Taking the northern trucker route to Thunder Bay was a little shorter but ...
... before. It may be true of Sudbury as well but was less obvious to me.
After our afternoon walk we hit the road for our stop in Marathon. Since it is unseasonably cold we are debating weather to camp or motel it in Marathon.
Like Sudbury, Sault Ste Marie has a beautiful boardwalk, this one along the river and the locks.
From the ...
... some ponds with bulrushes. Noticed a few white crosses by the roadside, as well as moose signposts warning you of driving after dark. The only animals we saw were dear marmots on the side of the road. Seeing we are travelling by so many lakes there are many roads leading off the cabins and camping sites where people can fish and hunt.
At the 990km post there were bumble bee cones for the next ...