Pickerel Lake Lodge
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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 ...
... having delicious blood, I always get eaten alive. But even Dave, who almost never gets bitten, came out with more than a few bites, the little vampires even got into his beard!
The way most people do Algonquin is portaging, although I only just found out what this was. I think you just chuck your stuff in a canoe, and carry the canoe overland to get to the next lot of water. It doesn't really sound like my cup of tea, maybe 1 day Ill try it. But for ...
... smoke instead of fire. Just then, two young Dads came in, walked right past me, and headed into the barn. The barn I had failed to notice. You know, the barn filled with DRY wood. "Yup. I'm pretty new at this.", I mumbled half to myself as I dumped the wet wood out to start, again.
The rest of the night was pretty awesome as far as first nights go. The fire started fast, I had plenty to eat, I climbed into the truck to ...
... peak (… how do they figure that out?) and the yellows of the tamarack, poplars, aspens and birch appear a few weeks after that. But the foliage really is very beautiful already and my photos just don’t do it justice - sunshine would help! There were lots of people stopped beside the road and on the trails carrying tripods with their cameras sporting huge lenses, and I ...
... part of the water to another part of the water for one of a few reasons: 1. Your canoe cannot safely make it through a section of river/stream or 2. You need to get to another lake and rowing
on land may be difficult, if not impossible, for most normal people'.
Some people like to make one trip for the portage. With two people, one person carries the
canoe overhead and the other person carries all the ...
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