Adventure Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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It's been over a year since we completed our "Great Meander on the Little Loop" parts 1 & 2. We had so much fun we want to keep going. So this year we are heading north. We don't have a "Loop" planned so much as a "Cruise Out" We're heading up Lake Huron (some of which we did in Part 1 of the Little Loop) and will be cruising the northern part of Georgian ...
... we decided to venture away from the 402 freeway and meander thru the rural areas. The foliage is incredible, day lilies growing in abundance in the ditches, lush corn, tobacco, potato and grain fields, and the trees...walnut, ash, elm, spruce, oak, maple, monster weeping willows and so many more I can't identify. Interesting to note is that even with all this wood around many house are stone and brick. Next stop Niagara ...
... beer and chatting in the cottage, myself and James went for an adventure to a different beach in Bruce (the car!) armed with some fresh strawberries we had a good sit and people watch in the glorious sun. After dinner and the final remainder of the wedding breakfast eaten, it was sadly time to pack. The storm outside was raging, definitely worth a little journey in the car to watch over the lake from ...
... needed folding, tying and labelling! Whilst this was occurring the tent showed up so the boys 'supervised' out in the sun and we finished off the napkins! After a dip in the lake to cool off (flipping freezing!!) it was time to get ready and go to the diner for tea! Was nice to get all the young ones together with Alexis and Steve too! On our return I was tired so the boys drank beer and rum on the porch and I slept and ...
... trough, Oak, Maple and Birch? Now I digress, have to say this year we did not have any acorns, I repeat “we had not a acorn bounce off our standing steel roof” go figure, we are usually deluged with the beating of the pellets through out the months of September and October as the damn squirrels shook them to the ground and then proceeded to take half of the million that fall and bury them in little holes in the lawn only to come back and dig the up, along with ...