Pines Motel and Dining Room

R.R. 1, Deep River, Ontario, KOJ 1PO, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on R.R. 1, Deep River.
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Travel Blogs from Deep River

Ottawa Valley

A travel blog entry by puffin27 on Jul 16, 2014

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... Our return trip takes us past Round Lake. Beautiful cottages abound along it's shores. The road home passes through thick forest with tiny lakes, the forest down to the edges of the lake; really, really pretty. Deer warning signs abound through here and we were saddened to see a road killed deer on leaving Wilno. To finish off our drive we called into the Riverside Park on the banks of the Ottawa River at ...

Ottawa to Pembroke

A travel blog entry by puffin27 on Jul 13, 2014

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Our goal this day, was a cruise through some of the famous Rideau Canal - unfortunately, our long streak of good weather ended with a deluge of rain, making this trip impossible. A little bit of retail therapy the only option! A quiet relaxing afternoon and evening in the peaceful environments of Pembroke Haven. Lucky ...

Port au Choix to Deer Lake

A travel blog entry by puffin27 on Jul 10, 2014

5 photos

... It was a very important place for Newfoundland's first people, the Maritime Archaic Indians, who made special trips to the place to bury their dead. Later Paleoeskimo's used the area for the hunting of harp seal. Shortly before the arrival of Europeans in the region, the ancestors of the Beothuk people established a number of small habitation sites. The Indian culture, for shelter, used old whale bones (as a frame) covered with ...

Rolling Rolling Rolling - Keep that Vehicle moving

A travel blog entry by gilmer on Jul 03, 2014

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The drive from Brockville to North Bay is quite long.

While driving on the road, you pass through many small towns. It's amazing how many small villages are in Near North/North Ontario. As you go further North though, the towns/villages are separated by larger distances.

As you head further North, you also leave the four lane highway to ...

Stroll around Pembroke

A travel blog entry by puffin27 on Jun 17, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... is a vast expanse and has a boardwalk and park areas along it's banks and forms a natural boundary separating Pembroke and Renfrew Counties from Quebec. You do notice the amount of utes, mainly all large f-trucks: It is obvious that fuel here is an affordable comodity. Tuesday weather gives us bright sunshine and about 30 degrees: just beautiful. Then in the afternoon it clouded over and by ...