Days Inn & Suites Sault Ste. Marie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Terry Fox Memorial was beautiful and one of the highlights of this part of the journey. We stopped at Old Woman's cove - and Katherine's Cove - beautiful sand and a wonderful sunset. We spent a very short night at "Bates Motel" - for those of you that don't know what this means, is that the Howard Johnson Hotel was a very rugged and scary ...
What weather! 80's and sunny. A good day for Charlie's deck shower. A clean dog makes a happy couple who share a small cabin with it.
It was also a good day for some Sault sightseeing. Camille's father was born here in 1908 so we went on Ancestry.com to find out where he lived then. We found the address and as it tuns out the house he lived in is there and only a 2 blocks from ...
... about an hour and a half. Needless to say we got a little wet. We stopped at a rest area when the rain stopped and straightened things out, changed clothes cause it was cool and chilled. Driving in the rain, top up and with luggage on the back is not as much fun as top down driving. It has been about 38 years since last I visited the Soo. I wanted to take a picture ...
... at Paradise for the Blueberry Festival.
Sat. Drove out along Lake Superior to visit with Patty & Bill. Then drove on up to Batchawana Bay and had lunch. Had the gang over to our coach for burgers that evening.
Sun. Went to Dave & Barb's for brunch. Then went to Shirlianne & Bruce's for dinner at their lovely lake home.
... in Australia on one afternoon when we were attempting to get the caravan turned around after driving down the wrong road. There was no way to turn around but we came across a winery that had a sign welcoming all motor coaches. We figured that if a bus could visit the winery there must be a place to turn around. Since we were not as big as a bus we assumed that we could easily turn around and get on way. Wrong. As we tried to make ...