Travelodge Thunder Bay
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... Jim, the other of me.
Back on the road we continue driving south on this road, past the Marie Louise Lake Campground and on toward the little village of Silver Islet, which is considered a ghost town. The main thing to see here is the lovely General Store building, painted a pretty blue colour. All attempts to explore any of the streets prove futile as they are all one way streets going in the opposite direction. We have reached the end of the ...
... that I am getting old? Some people would say that is more likely the case! There really is no time to waste so we both go about getting ready to go. Jim is dressed first. I ask him to gather up the electronics and take them to the truck. I don't want to leave them behind while we go out for the entire day. Better to not tempt fate. While he is gone I finish getting dressed and give Brenda a call. She tells me that she will be here in 10 minutes or ...
... fished, had saunas and visited with family. It was so lovely!
Back in town meant back to reality with taxes to do....bills to pay....organizing to start and finish. Mike packed up the bikes, we both sorted out clothes and Mike updated our technology. We needed to change gears from bikes, trains, planes and automobiles (and FREE WiFi everywhere) ...to RVing and biking in Europe. Compared to a back pack....we had SO much more space....which meant we could bring more than ...
... team our group all sat around the campfire and once it was dark we wondered down to the beach to look at the stars. One thing Im going to miss about Canada is the sky at night. In the middle of nowhere the stars come into their own. I can spot the big dipper and north star with no problem and the milky way looks like smoke frozen and trapped in the big dark net of a sky.
Its warm enough to sleep on the beach that night, which is exactly what we ...
... of Thunder Bay where I pulled us into the parking lot of a Husky to stop for a while to cook up some food. Well, the Little Guy didn’t like the idea of stopping too much, so he was a bit pouty and didn’t want to get out of the car to help me out. So, I grabbed some of the banana bread and gave the him some – well, he was all smiles from that point on.
Cedric decided to set up our new camp stove, and I opted for ...