Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park

Address: 20237 Kennedy Road, East Gwillimbury, Ontario, L0G 1V0, Canada | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 20237 Kennedy Road, East Gwillimbury, is near Sharon Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from East Gwillimbury

    Three Places of Conflict - Nemract

    A travel blog entry by andre123 on Feb 17, 2015

    ... notices him, our hero soon gets very famous. He is known throughout the land of Nemract, and certain people are now searching the world JUST to destroy him. Certain things placed inside the majestic castle are clues to where the culprit is. There are actually two bad guys in this story, but I will not explain any further. Obviously, Princess Peach lives in this castle and owns it as well. Imagine all of the beautiful designs in the world, and put ...

    The Crawford Cemetery

    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Nov 28, 2014

    5 photos

    This cemetery has about two dozen graves, most if not all dating from the 19th century. "Crawford" is one of four or five surnames represented. Robert Crawford was the brother of our grandfather's great-grandfather Ralph Crawford, who was the first of our Crawford ancestors to emigrate to Canada, around 1820. Robert is buried here along with four of his children. My cousin Jean (Crawford) Sterritt tracked down this cemetery. Sadly, none of ...

    Calmly into the dice-box of small events

    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Oct 31, 2014

    4 photos

    This final entry explores whether travel has become easier or more enjoyable in the information age. Two different questions.

    Years ago I took a bus from Lusaka to Livingstone. We should have arrived in the afternoon, but the bus broke down, and with the delay it was dark by the time we completed the trip. This was pre-internet, and I never arranged lodging in advance -- nor did most people, especially not those who were travelling on a budget. It was ...

    O Canada!

    A travel blog entry by stephjoe on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    Sorry to have kept you all in suspense for so long. We're having a bit of a quiet day today so I have time to reflect on the last few days here in Canada and fill you all in on what's been going on... Thursday morning started with a bit of a bang. It was a slow start with Jamie and Anna working from home on their laptops and me and joe still on the sofa bed catching up on summer reading, suddenly the head end of the bed gave out and we nearly tumbled off ...

    Distracted in Canada

    A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jul 01, 2014

    8 photos

    ... is a stone facad and the tasting area overlooks the wine production process. We each ordered a wine tasting which included the Gewurztraminer '10, C******nay '09, White Blend '11, Red Blend '11, Cabernet Sauvignon '10 and Syrah '09. Mark and I both agreed that their C******nay blew us both out of the water with its unique "grilled pineapple" flavor and buttery finish so we decided to purchase a bottle. We made some friends also doing a tasting and they recommended ...