Pickerel Lake Lodge
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... Canisbay Lake campground where you can paddle into your campsite. Most cars we drove by had a canoe on their roof. It was different getting use to the no trace rules. There's not much to worry about in PEI other than some foxes but now were in bear country. We spent our days on a couple of hikes and then cooled off in the lakes. Next up is Lake ...
... a real struggle getting back across Canoe Lake to the Portage Store. A couple of times, we were pushed sideways by the wind right onto the shore. Seta was worried that we would be knocked over and Silvio and Nadine were both getting tired from the hard paddling. When we saw a motor boat towing three canoes, dropping them off at one of the camps and then going back for another group, we saw that ...
... expensive for family fun; with HST it is over $41 a
- Recycling, including composting, is amazing in the park - very little stuff is real garbage.
Rock Lake Algonquin PP: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl= en&geocode=&q=45.51807,-78.4013 4&ll=45.51807,-78.40134&ie=UTF8 ...
So i read about this place on a national geographic article and it was one of the top 10 places to visit in CA 2012, so why not as i was there?
we made a trip for our family weekend adventure up north to Muskoka, who would of thought a snowy holiday would be so much fun!!
we only spent one night there, but the lodge was so beautiful, the snow, the stars (MILLIONS i have ...
... the chair that was all of four feet from the ground, I chewed the inside of my cheek with worry and got back off it. I’d thought too much about jumping from the bank and what might happen once I had nothing to hold onto, which might have been a metaphor for something in my life. I’ve just no idea what though.
Once Steph had gone on the line twice and put me to shame I realised I’d only regret it if I wimped out, and so I got back ...
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1091 Dwight Beach Rd., Muskoka | 3 star lodgefrom $124