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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to take with you.
She also cooks your evening meal which is most enjoyable after a hard days fishing!
Paul supplies most of the tackle you need, all you have to buy is your terminal tackle to make up your own rigs. Some regulars bring bits and pieces with them, but there is no need as Paul has his own little tackle shop ...
Our first trip out: After loading up the trailer with everything we thought we might need (and a bunch we didn't need) we booked into a campground on the LongSault Parkway called Woodlands. A provincial campground so water/power but no sewer. Drive down went without a problem, rig towed great, nothing like bringing it home. Set up at campground, had a bit of a problem levelling but we are learning as we go. Once set up, made ...
... the guests arrived at 3pm. Once everyone was settled outside enjoying the company, we were given a little taste of what she had up her sleeve. Luckily, Grampa Kehoe was around after the rain stopped to direct the mopping and sweeping of the deck to ensure maximum efficiency and to ensure we could move all the guests back out into Peter and Judy's lovely backyard.
During all of ...
Next stop was the town hall where we learned the origin of the town's name. Mr. Gleason at the Chamber of Commerce informed us that the town of Massena was named after Andre Massena, one of Napoleon's field marshals who lived from 1756-1817. While no one seemed to know the connection between Andre Massena and the town the name has stuck since 1802. To get our shot in front of the town hall we had to halt traffic while model Katie worked her magic ...
... visitors, NOT here!) - it was frustrating and became stressful. ALL of the travel information and service centers are closed for the year; the cost of fuel is double compared to the USA’s 65 cents - its $1.10 per liter in Quebec, THEN, it turned into a cold/wet miserable afternoon so we left almost immediately. As soon as we got to Ontario, the cost of fuel dropped to .92/liter and the sun was shining brightly. Aaahhh!