Misty Isles Lodge
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... but it is Sunday afternoon so we guessed that vacancies will be available. Numerous other campers were checking in, and I make my way to the front desk. "Yes", I am told, "there are several sites I available with electrical hookup". He gives me a map with the potential sites and says, "select two sites and come back to register". This is in case one of the two sites gets sold before I return. Interesting concept, no doubt born of experience. We ...
We didn't have to wake up really early to bring Fiona to camp today. The drop off time for Fiona today at Golden Lake Camp was between 3 and 4 pm.
Before we hit the road to bring Fiona to camp, Fiona and I brought Mom the laundry that we did for her. It was great to see her again before we headed off to Deacon, Ontario (where the camp is located).
... lock!! lookin' good!!"
August 11, 2014
"Ship’s company had some shore leave yesterday afternoon after classes and a big clean-up.The next tentative port of call, if required, will likely be Point au Pic, Malbaie ~ 65 or so miles for a night to top up water etc… if not, they'll continue on towards Tadoussac.
Classes are going well, and all the trainees seem to be enjoying themselves."
"It would ...
Frederick's big Adventure on the tall ship begins today. We will be dropping him off at the Tall Ships dock and he will be sailing out from this dock on his way to Charlottetown, PEI. What an awesome adventure that lies ahead of him. We look forward to reading about his adventures on Facebook.
Joanne, Fiona and I ...
... all three sites that we chose to stop at along this route and would highly recommend it if you are ever in the area. We also read of a 5 day cruise on the Rideau Canal which is 202 km. between Kingston and Ottawa on a 45 passenger ship. That sounded especially appealing. Denis says who needs the European river cruise when there is one here in Canada. Well, it wouldn't be quite the same -- no castles and maybe less inhabited than ...