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Travel Blogs from Bancroft
... on Friday and we made our way out of the city. Before too long we were stuck in a giant tailback due to an accident so it gave us plenty opportunity for introductions and chats. After many hours on dark and winding road, many detours and many near misses with deer we made it to the cottage, exhausted and ready to relax into the weekend. Marj had the wood burning stove lit which ...
... renowned test pilot Janusz Zurakowski who flew spitfighters for the Polish Air Force/British Air Force in WW11 Battle of Britain. A highly decorated Officer and test piloted the Canadian supersonic interceptor known as the CF-105 Avro Arrow. He had a very interesting life and died at the age of 90.
Walked a couple of doors up to Grumblin' Granny's a weird shop of anything and everything one can get lost in here. Took photos ...
... and worn out by trying to find Barry's Bay Cottages. He showed Richard how to use the TV and heating system as the cabin or cottage was very cold including us.
We settled in very quickly got the cabin all nice and warm then walked down to the lake just through the front cabins (some were closed for repairs or winter). So nice and peaceful here, all the cabins are unlocked so we were sticky-becks and looked inside all nearly the same decor as ours. ...
... Mary visited a few years ago when it didn't have running water and a call of nature meant a walk up the hill to use the outhouse. Now it has all the comforts we have grown so accustomed to including a beautiful wood burning kitchen oven that they use to heat the house and high speed Internet. It’s true what they say that the world is becoming a smaller place.
After lunch we took a short drive to the start of a ...
The four days spent at Karen's parents cottage in the Kawartha Lakes region of Ontario. It was beautiful! Karen's parents bought around 30 years ago for a place to stay when they were down from the Arctic for the summer. Its rustic in the sense that there is no running water, limited electricity and a compost toilet. But it is absolutely goergeous. I don't know if the pictures capture it but the two bedroom cottage sites on a sandstone rock by the gentle cascades on the Burnt River (If I've ...
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