Soo Locks Lodge & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Sault Sainte Marie
... 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 ...
... are docked, though it surely didn't look then as it looks today. Her aunt was born here as well and named after a popular bishop of the mid 1800's who lived here for a while. His house is now part of a row of historic homes just a few steps from Meander.
This evening we watched a ship transit the locks then went to dinner. Tomorrow we will meander down the river towards De Tour.
... one of my charities. She invited me to her folks home in Cheboygan MI.
They had a beautiful lake house and I had a short day. Bathing suit time. Mullet Lake is a 16 mile long and 3 mile wide lake. Perfect temp for enjoying the lake and all just south of where the weather was moving. Sammy and PJ were all smiles all day with absolutely no whining! Great kids and great splashers. They loved Purple Haze and ...
... of 70 cents a minute. Yikes - better talk fast!
Our grey water tanks are at about 3/4 so I decided (at about 10:30 at night) to use the campground showers. They are right by a public road and a ways away from the campers but are really nice showers. Each one has a number pad coded access and the six stalls each open onto an outside walkway. Once I ...
... to take "the hit" of lost time and enjoy some truncated sightseeing on Manitoulin Island afterall. First stop was Bridal Veil Falls just outside of Kagawong. Barely off the road, down a series of metal grated stairs, were dozens and dozens of salmon waiting for me! What a true delight. They were slowly making their way up the stream, struggling over each small rocky level, to the rushing pool of water at the top... directly beneath the Falls. It was quite a site, ...