Travel Blogs from Barry's Bay
... on the signs advertising the special offers and quite popular it seems are Garden Mums. I have no idea what a Garden Mum is, apparently they come in various sizes 6" or 12" and can be obtained 3 for 2 in most garden centres. We discussed this for many miles, what could they be? Perhaps small gnome like statues dressed in a pinny holding an apple pie? A babushka like doll where several fit inside each other? And then a new development ...
We arrived at Fiona's camp shortly before 10 am.
Fiona was packed and ready to go when we arrived at the camp.
Fiona told us she had a great time at the camp and would like to go back next year so that was great news.
Before we left the camp, she picked up her group photo and a camp t-shirt.
We were then off to our next destination - ...
... one of Toby’s Crocs, which had fallen overboard. (He and Seta invented a game, which involved dipping their shoes into the water, and seeing how much would go into the boat.) Toby suddenly started calling out, "shoe, shoe, shoe". It took us a minute to figure out why he was doing this...thank goodness Crocs float!
After lunch, we started looking for a campsite. There were two spots on an island, but one ...
... place. However, there was a 1.5 mile interpretive trail out back that went over and showed all the aspects of logging like in Algonquin. It was very well done and worth the trip. They had re-created logging cabins, a logging ship, and every aspect of the logging process. Turned out to be a nice evening stroll and educational on top of that. The next trail was just up the road about 5 miles and it was called Spruce Bog. The 1.5 mile trail was half on boardwalk over a ...
... me lunch at her organic farm with her husband and FIVE very blonde/blue eyed children.
That was crazy. The kids were jumping around everywhere, they showed me their chickens and sheep and I ate some sandwiches of HOMEMADE bacon and bread with homemade kimchi. For some reason, I felt the need to turn my motorcycle around all by myself. Their house is on a giant hill, and without thinking, I parked it facing downhill. After I let go, the whole thing fell right ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed