Quality Inn and Conference Centre
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... for my
liking. Also, getting chased out of Chapleau by a bear was just bad
planning; but I will return again. A kevlar canoe is now on my
wishlist since we would most likely have had more water adventures
with something that is easier to launch.
The best places to return are: Quetico
PP, Missinaibi PP and Chapleau Crown ...
The day turned out to be quite nice. Some overcast sky, some clouds and mostly sunny by the afternoon. I’d thought to move quickly through Ontario and spend a few days driving along the Fall Foliage routes in Vermont and New York but have decided to take my time in Ontario instead. So, I only got as far as Huntsville. I stopped at Burk’s Falls for a short walk along the Heritage River and the water was furiously blasting through the ...
... drive around Lake Muskoka, going trough Bala, Gravenhurst, and Bracebridge. Great little antique shops, and amazing cottages at every turn. We decided to spend another night at Arrowhead and had a great hike around the lake with our first glimpse of sunshine. Sept 23- Algonquin Provincial Park. The maples are really beginning to explode with reds and golds and the hills of Algonquin are ...
... I had a shot on the quad bike. The next day we went to explore Bracebridge the nearest town to here. We walked around the little shops there and got some milkshakes. We also walked down to see the falls there. That night Andrew and his mum and dad came down and we had more story telling. I skyped granny and granda and my mum so they could see everyone too. On Wednesday we went back to the cottage to try again with the water sports. The weather was much better and after a ...
... rest area where we had lunch. I'm amazed at how little topsoil they have here. Two feet at the most so it is definitely not farmland. This became apparent when we saw them stripping soil off areas where they were improving the highway. We also saw our first groups of Amish settlers. Signs on the highway warned us about horse and buggy possibilities and we eventually saw several. We also saw a farmer harvesting wheat with a ...