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 ...
... for me and I was the only one there. It’s very common to have seasonal sites at campgrounds here (actually, that’s true at most places) and there were at least a dozen little trailers and sheds but nobody home. The site I had was level and that’s all I ask - no glamping (glamour camping) for us - with a lovely view of a lake. There were the usual amenities of power and water but I didn’t need them. I pay for power hookup only when ...
... Now we had a cold wet dog to sleep with! We had a yummy dinner at the Mill on Main and as dusk fell we found our way to Arrowhead Provincial Park. We keep saying that we will NOT set up camp in the dark, but once again we trying to find a spot in pitch black, darker than dark, cold, wet forest. Hmmmmm Sept 22- Even though it was still rainy there was a glimmer of hope for sunshine and we ...
... the deck we went out on the boat. After about 15 minutes on the lake taking in the amazing views the boat cut out. Jason tried to fix it but it ended up him and Amanda paddling in to a dock. We tied up the boat and a neighbour drove us back. I guess it was not our destiny to wakeboard. On Thursday we got a lift with Amanda into Bracebridge to rent a car. After trying two rental places we had no luck so Amanda drove us to Huntsville and dropped us off there. We had a lovely ...
... harvester. He was on a machine with 4 rotating blades and it was being pulled by three horses. They also apparently don't have electrical power to their homes and live very frugally. However I'm certain they outstanding citizens and are never a problem in their community. Their chiIdren go to their own school but apparently do follow the provincial curriculum. I would like to have seen the giant nickel in Sudbury, but ...