Travelodge Thunder Bay
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... picture. As we drive along we go up one very steep grade. We can’t see what is on the other side of this rise and as we come over we see that it is a fair drop. Jim and I look at one another as if we know what the other is thinking. At almost the very same time we both let out a “Wheeeee!” and then giggle. We did know what the other was thinking.
The red dirt gives the road an interesting look and the vast forest on ...
... As we round the correct corner we see that the restaurant is closed for holidays until August 18th. Great for them, not so great for us. She thinks for a moment and then tells us she is taking us to The Scand, where they also serve Finnish pancakes. She gives the navigation instructions but Jim misinterprets a street sign and does not go the way he is supposed to. I am glad that he doesn’t do that with only me. “Well then ...
... Beach. With
tent setup we decided to utilize this location as our base while we
explored nearby bays and inlets. On one foray we espied a Black Bear.
The nights were wonderful and star-filled until our third night when
we received a light-show from the gods but with very little rain or
wind. Fishing here was also unsuccessful.
Arrived back at the campground after
Well I made it to Thunder Bay this morning and arrived about 11am after a 1hour and 35 minute flight. After a few minutes after collecting my bag, Marina turned up at the airport to collect me. Taking one step out of the door I was taken back by the intense freezing cold snow weather and went into panic. After a few laughs on how I reacted to the weather , we made it to the car which I was so happy to see. Thunder Bay is covered in snow ...
... my wonderful Warm Showers hosts Jillian, Asa and Rory and Dan and to Sara for all your kindness. And finally to the mystery construction worker who flagged me down during a gruelling 15km stretch of road works, slogging through heavy gravel and fighting for space with trucks. without a word he hands me a card with the simpe phrase printed on it "Don't ever give up". That made my day, and is a constant reminder placed in front of me in the corner of the map. Thank you one and all x