Village Inn of Lakefield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... ve been uncomfortably hot. Good reason for anchoring out rather than tying up somewhere! The deer flies were vicious so swims to cool down were quick and mostly underwater! There's quite a lot to organize for the trip home tomorrow, so we've been making many trips to the car. Everyone seems to be feeling a mix of emotions, some excitement about heading home but also some sadness that the trip is ...
After a week of cities and 6 days of French, it was nice to head off the freeways to a quaint country town in Ontario. The drive was great, very small towns, expanses of wilderness, camping grounds and then we arrived in Peterborough. A large country town, but very quiet. We found a boathouse on the shores of a large lake, overlooking the marina. The stairs were steep, but the view, the ice cold Moosehead Lager and ...
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We have been hunkered down for the past few days with the temperature hovering above and below -27 degrees with a chill factor of about -35 degrees. Brrrrr that means we haven't been getting out much. There have been a number of significant snow falls which have covered everything. At the moment there is an extreme weather warning which means the chill factor is above -30 degrees and this requires ...
... 20 minutes by going left when I should have gone right at one intersection. Doh! I know I said that Canadian drivers are courteous and they are, however the speed limit on their roads is 100km/h and I was told to drive at 115kms/h, this made me the slowest car on the freeway. They all drive at about 120km/h and this seems to work. There were police patrol cars along the way but they didn't seem to be focussed on the speed. ...
... St Lawrence river. The river is mostly frozen and when it drops to the bottom it disappears into a huge hole in the ice. People stand on the ice below the falls and watch it go under. Other people scale the frozen parts of the falls with rock climbing equipment. They are absolutely mad, hopefully you can see one in the photo we took.
Tomorrow we are off to visit Harrietts brother in Kingston before we return to Fenelon Falls.