Rainbow Point Lodge
Travel Blogs from Perrault Falls
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 ...
... Also cooked a roast in the Dutch Oven over the fire with veggies and
dried wild mushrooms – yummy.
This campground is booked almost solid
over the Canada Day weekend so we have decided to head further north
soon. Next blog will be from Pakwash Provincial Park.
- The lakefront ...
... works well (when the sun
shines) and is much faster than using my small motorcycle charger.
Relaxed for a couple of days reading, fishing, cooking via fire and
playing some Scrabble. Besides squirrels and chipmunks to keep Bogie
occupied, all we espied, wildlife wise, was a deer.
Continuing on around the circle, where
the next adventure starts tomorrow... Stay tuned...
- Many ...
Brutal driving for Ken due to heavy rain and wind. Arrived at my brother's little cottage located at Regina Bay, Sioux Narrows, Ont. A beautiful waterfront location, quiet and relaxing except for the mosquitoes, horseflies, sand flies, no-seeums, and wood ticks!!! We plan to ...