Days Inn & Suites Sault Ste. Marie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... perspective.) Geologically, it is part of the Canadian Shield but there is a stone that is unique to the area, and very abundant on the island referred to by locals as Puddingstone. It's technical name is jasper conglomerate and the stone was produced by the ice retreating causing chunks jasper and quartz to get jumbled up into other kinds of stone, producing the look of rice pudding with raisins in it.
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I had a lovely lunch in the small town of Bruce Mines with a friend, Marilyn, from our cottage days. It was great to catch up. Although we've been in touch by email, it's been 8 or so years since we have had a chance to visit.
If you ever find yourself in Bruce Mines, on the TransCanada Highway between Sudbury and "the Soo" (Sault Ste Marie), check out a restaurant called Bobbers. Don't expect ...
... at the Blind River sign but I did not see a sign. Maybe they just disappear too often. It's around 3pm and I'm at a Tim's having a med. Dark roast in a ceramic mug. Don't get much better eh.
Had a fantastic visit with Doug. A very gracious host. We talked about the past (very funny at times) and filled in a bit of what has happened since 1977. Pictures to ...
... in a camper traveling the highways of the world you don’t get many opportunities to exercise. The beautiful views we saw and experienced will fill a book. One event that was touching was the day we drove by a cow who had just given birth to her calf and was busy washing the little one down while the calf was sniffing out Mom for a its first drink of milk. Nature’s beauty.
As I mentioned there were not too many days ...
We also had a nice surprise when we got to Sault Ste. Marie. We checked into our hotel and then went down to the locks to see if any ships were coming through. We were here last year and there were so few ships going through – probably due to the economy – that we didn't get to see any. This year they were lined up! We saw ...