Sir Sam's Inn & Waterspa
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Eagle Lake
... weren't bothered at all about the people. Some were getting crazy close too. The next we saw just a bit further up the road, and the last was also super exciting for us, a big bull moose in the bush a bit back from the road. I wasn't able to get a good photo of him, but it was the first bull moose we had seen. We also saw 2 quite small red foxes just by the campsite. We stopped the car, and I got out and was able to get quite close to 1 of them, before I decided it ...
The swim raft, a Nettie and And project affords a most excellent view of a still and eerily quiet lake. Just the cheeseburger bird and other tweeters disturb the peace. Slow 3 coffee (decaf of course) mornings precede a few chores, some cleaning up some sprucing up some readying of the cottage and outbuildings for the most welcome arrival of summer visitors. For the moment, all visitors fly here and bite like hell and must be killed. Not so in summer.
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... by a multi-function light that my sister had given me, and then I proceeded to wake up a thousand times. The wind was howling so hard the truck was wiggling. Every time I had to get out to pee I was afraid the window was going to rip off with a gust. It all made me smile. I finally gave up trying to sleep, packed up and began the drive to Algonquin. Literally, just as I pulled out of the Vermont park great, big, plunks of rain ...
... my little point-and-shoot Canon can’t begin to compete with that. Oh well, it is what it is. I also realize that if I post too many, they will all start looking the same, a bit like fiddle tunes that all start to sound the same, so, attached are some of my better ones.
We really had a wonderful day, met some folks who asked me about my Roadtrek and another who was ...
... however, Ben and I found that it was more efficient to make two trips-- One trip with just the canoe, oars, life vests. The second with all the gear. So when I mention portage distances, imagine that we are
doing 3 times the actual distance because we are doing two separate trips!!!
NOTE: If you look at the picture of the map, you will see the following:
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