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This past week was spent in Winnipeg visiting some family. We had lots of fun at museums, in the pool, on bike treks and going to baseball games. The next morning, we left for Ontario and set camp near the town of Dryden. We stayed one night there and then in the morning, left for Thunder Bay.
... With a stop at the local Husky station we fulfilled all our needs and headed off. Whoever is in charge of graffiti removal from the rocks has no sense of colour. Grey rocks are painted a deep pink or burnt orange; coral rocks receive the grey or green paint - whatever they seem to have on hand becomes a block on the surface of the rock face. Nevertheless we enjoyed the beauty of the many lakes bordered by rocks and trees. We chose (?) to ...
No early start today. I waited until 8:00 am for Nancy to wake up - almost put a mirror under her nose. We filled our water bottles with ice, grabbed muffins and headed down the road to the big Goose where we dined on our Timmy Ho breakfast. The Information Centre displays a wealth of artifacts, souvenirs, amethysts, and paintings and the outdoors boasts a number of billboards telling the history of the fathers of Wawa. We learned that prior to 1960 ...
... 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 ...