Travel Blogs from Barry's Bay
... Anyways, even thought I don't believe in religion anymore, I thought it would be nice for Frederick to experience this activity in his life. Joanne is fully behind Frederick learning different views of life as well.
After dropping Frederick off at camp, Joanne and I started our journey back home. We entered Brockville into our GPS and decided to follow the roads that it lead us on. Well, the roads that the ...
... was a car on the opposite side of the road , it's occupants out looking over the nearby field taking photos so we pulled up behind it. The driver came over and told us that not 5 minutes before a moose bull, cow and calf had wandered across the road into the field but had now vanished. A quick look around but they had gone so time for some dinner and then back to cottage. Plan is to spend the day in the park tomorrow so lets hope we can spot something ...
... in Ontario. In its glory days of steam engines it was right next to the Railway Station. The outdoor museum also showcases railway and historical farm equipment which is rusting away. Over the road from the Railway Station is the original Railway Hotel now the Balmoral Hotel and it is for sale if you want to buy it.
Feeling hungry now went to the Baykery and Diary Freeze & Grill for an ice-cream but didn't have enough cash need ...
... when on foot. Same goes for wolves really, not known for their social skills your average wolf. Moose however I was expecting to see at least one, perhaps munching on some foliage somewhere. But no, nada, nothing. Maybe someone in the past just stapled some antlers to a horse and called it a moose and has been fooling us ever since. Anyway another mystery revealed itself today. After passing several garden centres I began to notice ...
... in small towns survive either tourism or repairing the roads as this is an ongoing thing seeing the snow plough trucks dig up bits of the road in winter to remove the snow and ice then put salt on the ice to melt it.
Finally entering the area of Barry's Bay as we approach Carson Lake where Cabins, Resorts are and homes along the highway. Not sure where Barry's Bay Cottage Resort is till we find the Information Centre which we found out is closed on ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed