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Travel Blogs from Eagle Lake
... he had a bigger island in mind. As we drove home in the Miata, somewhere around Kilcoo Camp we both expressed a strong desire to become cottage owners, and that was a huge life changing moment for us both. From that moment on we became framers, plumbers, carpenters and electricians. We also became swimmers around the island, kayakers, south point sun bathers, boat owners, lake cruisers, paddle surfers and canoeists, all the ...
... together and followed Jeff. It didn't take long for the sun to break through the fog and warm up the air. As soon as the fog cleared, we were proper stoked at the views. There was SOOO much colour!! The odd green trees looked so strange, like THEY were the ones who were different, in amongst the fire red, orange and yellow leaves.
This place was surreal!! It was SO peaceful! And one of the most beautiful places we have been.
As we paddled down further we came across another ...
... about 20km into the park so we gave them a lift as we were going that way. They seemed a nice couple and were there with two others who had decided to take a trip to Niagara and left these two in Algonquin so they were a bit stranded if they wanted to get any where. Glad to help them out in some small way. Spent the rest of the day combing the highway and side roads for any wildlife possible. Silke is trying ...
... amazing how much floor space a couple of litres of water can cover so we had to move into another one. After a quick transfer of cottages we headed out to try and spot some animals. A road lead us off the main highway and alongside the Opeonga lake where we spotted a bunch of people with huge lenses on their cameras just standing around. An obvious spot for moose hunting but there was nothing around so we headed back to the main road. As we joined the ...
Awoke early this morning and got packed in what seemed like a hurry but probably wasnt. Walked through the deserted hotel and loaded the car. Had to hunt for someone so we could pay the bill and our new friend from Potters Bar kindly obliged without the aid of an axe. Drove away to a local restaurant for breakfast before planning the day. We are heading to Algonquin Provincial Park where I am told there are moose by the herdfull. I hope ...
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