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- Site 68 Sep 21, 22 & Oct 6:
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- Moyra & Dave's Sep 23, 24 &
... the streams, wetlands and lakes are higher than normal and the ground is spongy wherever we walk. This last week of rain has left its mark.
Fall has most definitely made its appearance. Gorgeous, brilliant colours right beside the road, sometimes off-set by red granite cut-faces, and the hillsides look like Mother Nature has been sponge painting with joyous abandon in crimson, red, gold, yellow and orange and has added an irregular bottom border ...
... rocks. Felt great to get some exercise after sitting so much. After we set up camp at Lake of Two Rivers, we cooked our second camp dinner of the trip. Gary made a roaring fire (birch tonight, maple the night before) and the busy red squirrels ran around under our chairs driving Stella wild and nearly tipping Gary's wine. As a misty fog rolled into the campground we settled in for another round of ...
... We were lucky enough to see one of Jason's projects, a cottage he had designed and built on the lake. We went up on Monday to go out on the boat but the weather had other ideas. The cottage was amazing and had just been sold for $3 million. It was nothing like a cottage at home. It was more like a mansion. We went to explore Gravenhurst and saw the steamships and got some lunch in Boston Pizza. We sat at the deck for a while back at the cottage and headed back to the house. ...
... 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 ...