Super 8 Fort Frances
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
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... eagles and loons and paddled close in to the shore at some points to see the beautiful forest landscape that comes right down almost to water's edge.
Almost all the trees and plants are new to us and it's fun getting to know them.
Today we were scheduled to go out on a boat trip led by the Park Service to Kettle Falls, the place where one lake empties into another. All these lakes flow into ...
We spent two nights in Emo catching up with Frances and Lincoln and family. The kids had a great time reconnecting (it's been two summers since they last saw each other) -- much of that time recreating Beatles tunes on Rockband, or splashing in the hot tub. Lincoln took Garrett & Graham into Fort Frances to see day two of the weigh-ins for the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship. Lots of big fish and big boats. Garrett's good to enter as soon as he can ...
... AT&T dominated so lots of roaming charges) and couldn't locate an RV park on-line earlier in the day. I must say that Manitoba and Northern Ontario cell service sucks! It's virtually nonexistent! Fort Frances looks like it is really suffering since the closure of the pulp and paper mill last year.
We took a walk after dinner and spotted our first wild life of the trip - a friendly skunk!
... of digging through boxes from decades ago, shifting through a small mountain of rusted old tools and sorting through random spare parts both new and old. Fortunately Norma has lots of friends and so we got help from Barb and her husband Alf, Judy and Tom, Carla, Crystal, Dorothy and Marilyn. I even got to experience a real Garage/Yard Sale, which is basically Canada’s answer to the British car boot, except its only one person’s stuff and no ...
... of homes and businesses. What were they thinking? Voyageurs Nat. Park is a large area of wetlands along the Canada border. Sadly, it is almost entirely accessible only by water. Since my van is not amphibious I had to settle for some stops along the shoreline. Still very nice and I will almost surely come back someday to try to explore it more completely. After the park I took ...