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... is to be able to relax in a home between tours, so this was a welcome break for me.
There was plenty of time to caatch up with the latest family gossip, then before I knew it, it was Saturday, and we were bound for Lake Muskoka, which is about two and a half hours drive north of Toronto. We arrived at the family cottage, which is situated on Lake Acton, and it is just a beautiful place to relax. There are lots of ...
Into the back country. We didn't really know what to expect heading to Algonquin Park. All we knew was that it is a massive provincial park in the middle of Ontario and "it's just beautiful" from the don't drink and drive commercial. The drive there was great and it was nice to be on the back roads going through the small towns of Renfrew. We stayed ...
... was close at hand!
After making some adjustments to the luggage arrangements and moving some more weight up front, we were better able to fight the wind and finally arrived at the Portage Store in the early evening. We rewarded ourselves with a swim and some ice cream (Moose Tracks, of course).
As it was late, we stayed another night at the park, this time at Kearney Lake ...
... expensive for family fun; with HST it is over $41 a
- Recycling, including composting, is amazing in the park - very little stuff is real garbage.
Rock Lake Algonquin PP: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl= en&geocode=&q=45.51807,-78.4013 4&ll=45.51807,-78.40134&ie=UTF8 ...
... so many stars in my life) and of course the time i got to spend with my family :)
We snow shoed and tubed, which was awesomeeee so fun!! as you can probably tell with the photos...
it wasnt a usual holiday with dress and bikinis it was a holiday with a big winter jacket heavy boots scarves, gloves and hats but was so worth it!!
Enjoy the photos!