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On the way to Thunder Bay, and desperate for wifi, we stopped at the Hungry Moose restaurant.
http://www.hungrymoose.ca/ A good call.
Then on to Thunder Bay --another fascinating place to visit.
First stop was the Terry Fox monument, a nine foot statue of our young hero, beautifully displayed. Then on to the city.
Of particular appeal to me was Thunder Bay's strong Finnish heritage, one aptly described by the Finnish word ...
... to hear about his concerns for his grandkids, because they were similar to our own though we obviously had lived very different lives. He had his kids and grandkids out to visit and they had to acclimatize to the lack of computer and wifi and cell signals for the time they were with him. But the teens would complain and take a few days to figure out there was a lot of interesting things to do in the real ...
... planed to get something to eat and go back to the hospital to see John and also to watch together Marinas sisters ice hockey game on Fast Hockey website live. Brooke is playing in Boston for the championships and also has received a scholarship to Boston after she finished high school. So I packed my bags for another trip to the airport in the afternoon, dressed and ready to say a fair well ...
We left Winnipeg all rested up. Stayed in a nice hotel that was very clean and very pet friendly. We were headed to Sleeping Giant Provincial Park in Thunder Bay. We saw a little of downtown Winnipeg and then headed on our way. We joined up with the Transcanada Hwy at the Royal Canadian Mint Museum, but we knew we couldn't spare the time to stop there. We broke into the Canadian Shield about ...
Day 7: approximately 5.7 miles
This stretch of the Minong is considered the most strenuous. One book we read suggested that even a fast moving, athletic hiker will take 4 to 6 hours to traverse this section. Our friend Ben told us he did it in two hours and that when he got to the next campground, North Lake Desor, he was so bored he just hiked the remaining 12.7 miles to Windigo.
Despite knowing that I'm not Ben, who has competed in Iron Man ...