Sir Sam's Inn & Waterspa
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... peak (… how do they figure that out?) and the yellows of the tamarack, poplars, aspens and birch appear a few weeks after that. But the foliage really is very beautiful already and my photos just don’t do it justice - sunshine would help! There were lots of people stopped beside the road and on the trails carrying tripods with their cameras sporting huge lenses, and I ...
... paddle and sometimes the winds are going against you which would make the canoe that much more difficult. Because of that and our limited time
in Canada, we opted to get a water taxi on the front and ends of the trip.)
- Portage our canoe and gear 1400 m (about a mile) to Proulx Lake.
To 'portage' something is just a fancy way of saying 'Carrying all your stuff ...
Well our year of "Great Adventure" is coming to an end and Danny and I would like to thank all of you for sharing our journey with us. We had a blast taking pictures and writing commentary to share with you. Your comments and encouragement made us feel close to home even though we were many miles away. We have been ...
... theatre so we headed along and sat on the damp benches with a few other families. Tom was not terribly keen on going and as the mozzies started to bite and the Service began slowly by listening quietly to some weird, hippy type chanting about waking in the woodland we began to think he was right! After the music had finished, the Reverand, who was a young woman called Jen, asked everyone to introduce themselve and say where they were from. We ...
The Crawford Cup is the holy grail of the fast-growing sport of Canadian bush croquet. The 2014 championship was held, as always, at Looner Landing on Crego Lake, considered to be the Wimbledon of the sport. This year's event took place on July 28 with a field of eight: Mary Crawford, Erla Jose, Jean Sterritt, Carolyn Crawford, Christina Jose, Jeff Morris and Frances Oh were all eager to challenge ...