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... treat last night, Thursday, as we attended a play of the wizard of oz put on by Graces school. She was the tin man for the most part. It was a good performance.
We will not blog again until we have moved on. We will check emails though. Take care for now!
... amounts of melt water forming these grand lakes. This is also a unique ecosystem, the transition zone between the boreal forests of the north and the deciduous forests to the south, rich with plant life and very beautiful.
Voyageurs is a water based park, and we were lucky enough to get out on the water both days here. We took our kayaks out for a spin yesterday and it was great to be on the water. We ...
... to do a tour of the lake country. The landscape certainly makes this route a different drive than following Hwy 17 and the GPS didn't indicate much difference in time. I am SO glad to be off the Transcanada #1 - it is SO rough!
We did a Walmart night in Fort Frances under a 'no overnight parking sign' (with permission) with a collection of other vehicles as we didn't have Internet or ...
... trunks) are actually involved.
Luckily, in amongst the mayhem, we got time to go have dinner with the Koski family, and on the menu was the fabled Lutefisk. This dish, made from old rehydrated cod fish, is popular in Scandinavia and also (it would seem) Fort Frances. The dinner was a good escape from the hard work, and to the shock and awe or the avid Lutefisk fans there (Norma, her dad and Tom Koski); I actually enjoyed it. The next day Tom drove ...
... of homes and businesses. What were they thinking? Voyageurs Nat. Park is a large area of wetlands along the Canada border. Sadly, it is almost entirely accessible only by water. Since my van is not amphibious I had to settle for some stops along the shoreline. Still very nice and I will almost surely come back someday to try to explore it more completely. After the park I took ...