Travel Blogs from Perrault Falls
... unless the top was down. the speed limit in this province is 110 but the cars passing us were reminiscent of Portugal and those mostly from Alberta. Gas is also cheap - around $1.20 a litre. After checking in we crossed the road for dinner at Earl's . Nancy has a bit of sunburn but the good news is it's only on half of her face. She could audition for the role of Phantom at the moment and not need a mask. That's what happens when you're ...
... where we indulged in typical Finnish fare - pancakes that are a cross between crepes and cake, Karjalan Purakkas (baked oval pastries filled with rice pudding and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar), and a shared dish of rice pudding topped with strawberry sauce. We rolled out of there at 5:00 pm to get back on the highway for our final leg of today's journey. Through intermittent bouts of rain we arrived at Dryden and the sun appeared. This time our ...
... br> Happy Canada Day – no fireworks in
- Dryden is definitely not a town
where I would want to live.
- Aaron PP Site 35:
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... private little beach. Cindy caught her first Walleye/Pickerel from
shore – what a great pre-dinner snack.
On our first rainy day, we visited Red
Lake thirty kilometres further north. A wealthy mining town where
everything is really expensive - even a four litre (about one US
gallon) jug of water was $3.59. There are a large number of float
planes, for mining ...
Another short day driving-wise –
secured a cute site at Blue Lake Provincial Park which is five miles
(eight kilometres) north of the TransCanada. Restocked some extra
lures (Mepps) and worms while filling up with gas ($1.359/L); Cindy
caught dinner, a nice Pike, off the public wharf at Vermillion ...