Pickerel Lake Lodge
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... and spiders didn't scare me. Caterpillars did.
Anyway, for dinner we had vegan burritos; made of soy protein as "ground meat", taco sauce, sauteed red peppers & onions and tortilla. This was my favourite. I would even make this at home.
On our final day in Rosebary Lake, we decided to go a little bit deeper into the park and checked out Long Bow Lake, with a tailwind behind us. Staying quiet as we left our camp site, my ...
Elaine is our God daughter, literally a gift from God. She grew up to be a talented professional woman, a loving mother, a supportive spouse and a devoted daughter and sibling to her parents and brother and sister. She and her husband Chris own a cottage right on the Muskoka ...
... aren't into that, the main highway through the park is developed with campgrounds, picnic areas and lots of hiking trails. We only had 1 full day there, but managed to do 4 of the trails, although to be fair they were short, we did about 8kms altogether. The walks were all beautiful, but 2 of them we did as we were told they were best for wildlife, although we didn't see any animals on any of the trails.
We might not have seen animals on the trails, but ...
Kelly and I got to Windermere Muskoka for my sister's wedding, and it couldn't have been any better!!! This is an amazing place right on Lake Rousseau, near Lake Huron, which in autumn with the changing colours of the leaves, made for ...
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