Travel Blogs from Grand Marais
... the lake for a couple if hours. Calm seas greeted us with a gentle breeze cooling our faces as we paddled along the shore for several miles. A loon allowed us to drift within a few feet.
The girl at the campground desk had me outed she picked blueberries up by Seagull lake the other day and told us to look for an area where the granite sticks out of the ground. We passed several parked cars of blueberry pickets finally ...
... Blueberries. True?
beach sites – even Bogie can launch from large rocks.
one charge while sitting in the parking lot; I will consider solar
trickle charger for more duration (or turn-off fridge for no cold
beer on return).
- Ojibwa ...
Our second day begins on the train, and we are still in Ontario. I think I'm getting a feel for how vast our nation is... Or how slow travelling train is! But all possible negativity aside I am loving the progress, and the time it gives me to just enjoy the low changing of the landscapes around me. Michael I think likes the stops and slows so that he has time to think and capture or prepare to capture ...
With Cindy heading to the USA (she got
stuck in Toronto for an extra day due to a storm), Bogie and I headed
north for some reading (yes, Border Collies are smart) and fishing at
some random site. I stumbled upon an unadvertised Provincial Park
near the Hydro facilities at Silver Falls which is a part of the
cross Canada Canoe Route through Dog Lake. This lake area is really
Welcome to my newer blog of my 'solo' trip to France
This time it's to heal my soul....with the help of my French family
They are taking me to Paris for 15 days this time to I will be sending you
a couple videos of people watching while sipping on "petit café" downtown Paris
I am currently packing and at the same time getting ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service