Travel Blogs from Baudette
... amounts of melt water forming these grand lakes. This is also a unique ecosystem, the transition zone between the boreal forests of the north and the deciduous forests to the south, rich with plant life and very beautiful.
Voyageurs is a water based park, and we were lucky enough to get out on the water both days here. We took our kayaks out for a spin yesterday and it was great to be on the water. We ...
... all the assorted paraphernalia that goes with those sports, that needed to find a home in the car... We keep looking for wifi so we can people posted on our progress...even stooping so low as to go to McD's to see if there was access...no luck yet, but we will keep checking. We stopped by a tourist centre in Rugby, which is the Geographic centre of North America...and there was free wifi so finally was able to ...
... away this year.
we thought we saw in Sleeping Giant PP has now been confirmed as a
Bobcat by their resident expert.
- Sioux Narrows Site 31:
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After restocking the fridge in Fort
Frances where most of the town was filling and placing sand bags –
yes waters slowly heading to the Arctic Ocean are extremely high this
year. We continued north on a typical British engineered road (read
straight as an arrow) until hitting lake country.
Cindy and Bogie tested the water depth
on the road before we ...
... on the horizon - the result was me getting quite seasick. I was very tempted to put my head over the side, but I did my best to hold back...and then after about 2 hours the wind seemed to die down and the waves stopped. The rest of the day was so much better, regardless of our fishing success.
We were getting lots of bites, but the fish seemed to be winning! However, soon after the waters ...