Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We continue on east and then just a little north to the city that shares it name with its sister city over the Canadian border, Sault Sainte Marie. Our plan was to see the Soo Locks and then take a quick day trip in the truck over the border.
The Soo Locks have been referred to as one of the great wonders of the world and are still the largest & one of the busiest waterway traffic systems on earth! Watching huge vessels pass through the Locks ...
... white dog, Stella, and little white Wanda heading down the the foggy highway. Grateful today for the ribbon of bright white lines on the side of the highway that acts as our guide and helps us stay on the road. We finished a long driving day with a delicious whitefish dinner at The Voyageur and a nice campsite tonight in the "Soo" surrounded by maples starting to show their ...
... of 70 cents a minute. Yikes - better talk fast!
Our grey water tanks are at about 3/4 so I decided (at about 10:30 at night) to use the campground showers. They are right by a public road and a ways away from the campers but are really nice showers. Each one has a number pad coded access and the six stalls each open onto an outside walkway. Once I ...
... to take "the hit" of lost time and enjoy some truncated sightseeing on Manitoulin Island afterall. First stop was Bridal Veil Falls just outside of Kagawong. Barely off the road, down a series of metal grated stairs, were dozens and dozens of salmon waiting for me! What a true delight. They were slowly making their way up the stream, struggling over each small rocky level, to the rushing pool of water at the top... directly beneath the Falls. It was quite a site, ...
... I checked the place out. I walked up the average sized lighthouse steps (small steep steps in a circular pattern with a "watch your head" ending). The top was very small with just enough room for a couple of people. It was a little hazy at the top but you could still see across Lake Superior to the Canadian side with all there windmills. Kind of exciting as this was our first sighting of Canada for the trip. At the bottom they had a small museum inside the lighthouse ...