JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort & Spa
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Historical signs are often quite interesting regarding local events but I was especially pleased to come across the one at Champlain Park. Here, on Lake Nipissing, is where our Canadian explorers started on their way to the west. Can’t help but wonder what the countryside looked like then or the logistics involved in organizing for a trip into the unknown. They for sure didn’t have a GPS to help them find their way or a nice cozy camper van ...
... rocks. Felt great to get some exercise after sitting so much. After we set up camp at Lake of Two Rivers, we cooked our second camp dinner of the trip. Gary made a roaring fire (birch tonight, maple the night before) and the busy red squirrels ran around under our chairs driving Stella wild and nearly tipping Gary's wine. As a misty fog rolled into the campground we settled in for another round of ...
... We were lucky enough to see one of Jason's projects, a cottage he had designed and built on the lake. We went up on Monday to go out on the boat but the weather had other ideas. The cottage was amazing and had just been sold for $3 million. It was nothing like a cottage at home. It was more like a mansion. We went to explore Gravenhurst and saw the steamships and got some lunch in Boston Pizza. We sat at the deck for a while back at the cottage and headed back to the house. ...
... t sure how to find it and we also missed the turnoff so we just passed on by. I may regret this later. We are now on the edge of Georgian Bay and it looks like a person could spend a week or two exploring all the little bays and inlets here. I saw a lot advertised for $17,000. Maybe I should have checked it out. I've also seen signs on boats that seem to be a very good price but I didn't trust myself to stop and window shop.
... up before I knew it and I was headed out to camp with a whole heap of other international staff members. The only preconception I had of camp in my head was from the movie the 'Parent Trap' and in terms of buildings and activities it actually was a little similar. A thousand acre property surrounded by a privately owned lake then became my home for the next couple of months. All the buildings are very basic and ...