Pickerel Lake Lodge
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... even think about because they are a common skill that we were brought up with, she is forcing herself to learn now at 21, after she had developed a fear for them. Thats gotta be tough. This girl from China is rad, and shes working really hard, Respect.
After eating, we put our swimmers on and ran through the snow to the outdoor hot tub. It was NICE! snow all around, warm body, frozen hair. Naturally, just sitting in the warm bubbly water was boaring, so we took it in ...
... but they were all good sports about it.... so we all went in for a swim. The water was FREEZING!!! Literally the coldest water I have ever been in. So that was a brief experience, but it did its job of washing off the stink acquired for a hard days paddle.
There were Large moose tracks around where we were camping which was exciting. The only wildlife we had seen was a few snakes, frogs, loons, chipmunks other awesome looking birds, and a bunch of different beetles.
Picked up some German hitch hikers and went on another moose hunt This mornings mist seems set in for a while so early moose hunting is a waste of time as you cant see much further then 10 metres. At 9:20 though it clears as if someone turns on the extractor fan and another cloudless blue sky is revealed. Its still a bit chilly, around 10 degrees but it warmed up later to around 20. the cottage got seriously ...
... br> Leaving Quebec behind, we hit Ontario with ideal driving conditions and some great driving tunes. Dipping south from North Bay, we crossed into Trout Creek. Leaving the highway, we crested the hill of the small gravel road and had our first glimpse of Kip and Dave's house. What a sight, with ...
... Lunch at a restaurant was super and we returned home for home made Indian food. Fantastic!
Dinner with the Koster family was super fun, it was really nice to see the family and tour the impressive island.
Tuesday morning we returned to the city - parting ways with Leslie and Mike.. *sniff*sniff*
I sure wish we could see one another more frequently.
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