Rainbow Point Lodge
Travel Blogs from Perrault Falls
... Pizza for lunch. Back on the highway Nancy continued her marathon drive through all of Manitoba and into Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Welcome Centre was just closed for cleaning and we eventually were able to get inside. At this point we hooked up Cynthia (GPS) for help in finding the hotel in Regina . She only had to recalculate once! Driving along the Prairies there was an aroma that smelled like turnips cooking. You wouldn't ...
... and we didn't feel like suffering any longer. We drove into the clouds and the mist on Lake Superior was awesome. we stopped at Rossport (remember, Tony) and waded in the water. Then on to Thunder Bay. Hillcrest Park was our next stop where we said a quiet hello to the Sleeping Giant, admired the beautiful gardens and observed a bridal party being photographed. We drove down Dufferin Street, past my grandparents' old house and on to the ...
Once we rejoined the TransCanada
highway, we headed east to just beyond Dryden where we setup Storm
and Tag (still connected for a one night stand) along a peninsula on
Thunder Lake in Aaron Provincial Park.
Went fishing in the cold, wet weather
but the first fish strike got us tangled on something and we lost a
brand new Mepps #4 – c'est la vie. Pasta ...
Great drive towards Red Lake on Highway
105 through Ear Falls where the hills and the lakes are really pretty
and Beavers own the rest. We were not very enamoured by the camping
sites available at Pakwash Provincial Park on our first drive-by, but
the chief warden said to check out site 66 on the beach loop which
was perfect. Everyone, including Bogie, loved this campsite with ...
... dog friendly
– definitely a kid oriented park with waterskis.
- Blue Lake Site 104: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl= en&geocode=&q=49.90117,-93.4689 9&ll=49.90117,-93.46899&ie=UTF8 &z=12&om=1