Pickerel Lake Lodge
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... left to enjoy the room.
Once we showered and dried off, we all went to the main room with the big fireplace and played games until it was getting late/early.
We woke up to the view of snow covered forest next to the vast white of the frozen lake, ate a quick breakfast, packed up and piled back into the vans to go sledding.
We had an hour tutorial on how to do everything, anyone who didnt have warm enough clothes to deal with the polar vortex conditions had to ...
... was quiet... everyone was tired and it was getting late. We arrived back at 10 pm and walked tiredly home with big smiles on our faces about the great trip we went on and anxious to hang out some more with the rad people we met.
Waking up the next morning early, to face assignments that were due, quizzes that we pending and classes to attend, was less fun. But next weekend... we get to ignore our work again and go to Bruce Penninsula for a hiking trip in the forcasted rain. Yay!
... some beavers. I'm not having much luck spotting an animal about the size of a camel, not sure how we get on trying to spot one about 2 feet long with only its eyes, nose and teeth visible, still we will give it a go. The trees have really turned colour in the last week. As we drove east most of them were still green but as we have driven back west it has been more noticable every day that the yellows, ...
... water but weren't having much luck. Nice and friendly the young chap (20yrs old) is envious of us travelling across Canada he has only been to Florida never out of North America would love to go to Australia. Has just started his apprenticeship. Drove through the park on Hwy 60 to the Visitors Centre to use the free WIFI and of course you see all the beautiful lakes and rivers while driving there.
Had a coffee while ...
... visit! We left with the invitation to return come syrup season, where hard work earns you good eats.
A late night viewing of the approaching lightning storm wrapped up the evening, as we headed off to bed to rest up for Day 2.
Many thanks to Kip and Dave for the generosity!!
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