Windermere House Resort & Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the streams, wetlands and lakes are higher than normal and the ground is spongy wherever we walk. This last week of rain has left its mark.
Fall has most definitely made its appearance. Gorgeous, brilliant colours right beside the road, sometimes off-set by red granite cut-faces, and the hillsides look like Mother Nature has been sponge painting with joyous abandon in crimson, red, gold, yellow and orange and has added an irregular bottom border ...
... was busier here than we expected with people from all over the world coming to see the fall colors. We took a short steep hike to a look out and then a super muddy 5.5 km hike that crossed an old logging railway and wound it's way through dark forests and golden woodlands. Flashes of red leaves as the maples start to fall on the dark ground below as we pick our way over and through twisted ...
... around the shops there and had lunch in a place called the Cottage which was right on the lake. We tried out some Muskoka beers and visited both Tim Hortons. All very Canadian. We sat by the lake in some Muskoka chairs and talked about our trip and the party being planned for us at home. The plan is to all go into Toronto on Saturday and meet up with Nikki, Joey, Andrew and Chris. We are excited about everyone being together. We will go back with Nikki and Joey on Sunday to ...
... harvester. He was on a machine with 4 rotating blades and it was being pulled by three horses. They also apparently don't have electrical power to their homes and live very frugally. However I'm certain they outstanding citizens and are never a problem in their community. Their chiIdren go to their own school but apparently do follow the provincial curriculum. I would like to have seen the giant nickel in Sudbury, but ...
... and Lindsay we headed to Baysville for a market held once a year call 'Walkabout' and visited the 'Fairy Falls' - they weren't huge but it's a cool name. I was also fortunate enough to be invited by Carol and Marsel to visit a couple who live nearby the camp. We headed up to Eunice and Walter's house via push bike. Eunice is an Australian originally from Brisbane who even knew were I was from. We went out for dinner ...