Quality Inn & Suites Bay Front
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Left Pine Lake at 9:30, got gas at Extra Foods in Marathon, this seems a little dumb to be telling you this but on the main Hwy it is 131.9 and in town it was 111.9. So sometimes one must venture off the main road and explore to get the best deals.
The road to Sault St. Marie was very hilly and with the fog there was not a lot to ...
... which was nice to walk along. That was about it! We found a shopping mall and managed to find some havaianas to replace the single 1 that I lost back in Alberta. Thank god for having jandals again!!! The wind was icy, so we drove round to the lock and got out to take a quick snap of the bridge to the states, then straight back in the car.
There was seriously nothing else to do in this place. After chilling out ...
... hotel prices.
On a sadder note, I had to say goodbye to an old friend. My big luggage bag I bought way back in...I don't know, around 2000...was knocked out of commission when the second zipper snapped off the tooth line. May you rest in piece, buddy.
Tomorrow we take an even more scenic route around Lake Superior.
Number of coffees on the road: 1
Number of traffic jams: 2
Number of Tim Horton's seen: 17,136
... this is time consuming when you have accommodations booked kms away.
Poor Richard is driving in and out of the mist and drizzle passed through Pancake National Park where the Agawa native Craft Centre is. Got a green light at the Carp River bridgeworks and red light at Batchawana River bridgeworks. Batchawana Bay is picturesque homes, cabins, camping sites and lots of moored boats. We see lots of ...
We stayed in miserable little motel at a place called Goulais River, just west of Sault Ste. Marie. There was a little bay nearby - in Lake Superior - where Elenka went for a swim. It would be our only opportunity to get in the big lake. There was little access in towns along the north of Superior and when got to Minnesota, the waters, because of the openness, were just too cold.
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