Residence Inn By Marriott Gravenhurst Muskoka Wharf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lines to contend with but traffic was light and I could at least drive slowly and absorb the splendour. It truly is awesome, mile after mile.
It was meant to be a short day but by the time we stopped for photos plus this and that and something else it was nearly 4:30 before we got to a campsite for the night. Found a nice spot on Lake Couchiching which is separated from Lake Simcoe by a narrow neck of land.
Historical signs are often quite interesting regarding local events but I was especially pleased to come across the one at Champlain Park. Here, on Lake Nipissing, is where our Canadian explorers started on their way to the west. Can’t help but wonder what the countryside looked like then or the logistics involved in organizing for a trip into the unknown. They for sure didn’t have a GPS to help them find their way or a nice cozy camper van ...
... 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 ...
... the best burgers followed by a game of Muskoka Rummy which I really enjoyed. I'm sure I will teach it to others. On another day off we went to an Arts Festival in the Main Street of Bracebridge - plenty of random things going on. Marc, Wendy, Lindsay, Charlotte, Hebba, David, Ben, Robin, Attila, Antoine, Carol and Marcel - thank you for making this summer so amazing. I appreciate your friendship and maybe one day we'll meet ...
... second year of teaching. Feeling unbelievably old, I realized that the minor niners I taught so long ago, now married to one another, one a teacher and one a fireman, were now teaching me and my family. The world is an interesting place. The title of the book that he recommended was an account of a man's trip around the world; its title, The Kindness of Strangers. On we go, once more, into the fray.
The Turner ...