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We finally made it to Thunder Bay. Long trip - speed limit is 90 km, road is not twinned and it is very curvy. Beautiful scenery though. Highlights was - Kenora, it really is a beautiful and interesting place. The Chip truck was very good too. - Kakabeka Falls, second largest falls in Ontario and also known as the Niagra of the north. Drag Monique caught a cold - sore throat, and I'm still sick - buckley's ...
... from the winds. The next
day we paddled to a short portage to view Art Lake but the wind had
whitecaps racing across the water. We fished for a while – Cindy
caught a good sized Small-Mouthed Bass which when added to my medium
sized one, made a good lunch.
Left Rawn Lake early heading for a
Pickerel Lake island; missed the one we wanted but the wind and waves
were too high ...
In 6 weeks my daughter, Hannah and I will be travelling back to Kenya with CES."Community Education Services."
So much to get ready,from applying for visa's, supplies to bring and trying to fit it all into 2 suitcases. Making sure they are not over weight is the biggest thing. I have been know to bring way to much stuff every year.
This will be my ...
The rains tapered off yesterday evening and we woke this morning to a deep blue sky and no wind. We continued through forest and lakes throughout the day, rarely driving by much civilization...just a smattering of small settlements nestled in the woods. As has become common over the last days of the trip, we spent much of the afternoon in a steady rain. ...
Today I wake up a little bit early and I am frozen. Last night Jim had turned off the air conditioning because he thought it was cool enough in the room. I asked him to turn it back on and he did, but he left it running on high; I guess he didn't hear me say to turn it onto low. This morning, I am covered with a sheet and he is wrapped in the blankets as snug as a bug. I swiftly tug at the blanket and it lets loose from his grasp. He picks up his head but ...