Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Huntsville
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... have a very similar sense of humor.
The bus driver hit a deer while bravely navigating the bus through dirt, forest roads at 10.30 at night, but Jeff got out and made sure it wasn't hurting anymore, then we arrived at camp shortly after.
This was Friday night and we staying in camp Arowan, a Summer Camp in the holidays. We were pretty tired and it was too dark to see anything, so being the oldest, we behaved as such and went to bed knowing we had a very early start the next ...
... People will tell me that when I get there things will work themselves out and I'll be in a routine and figuring everything out in no time. But it's a hard thing to visualize ahead of time when I'm so nervous and focused on all of the things that could possibly go wrong. I'm sure it will end up being one of those things that I look back on and laugh at how nervous I was at the time, like everyone tells me I will. ...
... some beavers. I'm not having much luck spotting an animal about the size of a camel, not sure how we get on trying to spot one about 2 feet long with only its eyes, nose and teeth visible, still we will give it a go. The trees have really turned colour in the last week. As we drove east most of them were still green but as we have driven back west it has been more noticable every day that the yellows, ...
... we met some interesting people like the lock master (who told us all about the financial problems those who manage the various locks in Muskoka and on the Trent Waterway System have) and the 1st mate of the Peerless 2 (an old fuel delivery boat that has been completely refurbished and is now used to tour the Muskoka Lakes) and we saw the massive repairs that are underway on the photo mural wall that was once on the Red and White ...
We packed up early cause we had over 700kms to get to Bracebridge. We filled both the RV and the car before heading back into Canada, especially since we were now going into Ontario, where the price of fuel is so high! We made it through the border in no time, with no issues. We chose to try the truck route through Sault Ste Marie this time and even though it seemed to be going the wrong direction at times, it made things a lot easier. The roads in Ontario, at least in the north, are ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center