Rainbow Point Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It's Hanson blogging from Dryden, Ontario. This is my first of many blogs about my trip across Canada. To let you know what is happening, I've decided to blog each week and summarize it into a few paragraphs. So far, we have traveled through Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba visiting friends and ...
... hey we were enjoying the beds and showers!) The dog is doing good, she seems to be pretty chill. She enjoyed the hotel as much as we did! Her little loft bed seems to be her haven right now. She loves it. Every once in a while she climbs down her little mountain and comes to snuggle with one of us. Mom has asked me to tell everyone about our "code of the road" so I will try to explain it the best I can. If ...
The alarm was set but neither of us needed it this morning in anticipation of an early start. A hot breakfast was included in our stay at the Holiday Inn and we even managed to squirrel away some yogurt, a banana and a cinnamon bun for Louise as a snack. Before leaving, I picked up our tiny, uninvited guest whom we discovered in the bathroom and took him back out to enjoy nature. We named him Freddie Frog. How he arrived in our room is a ...
... waiting for us. And a lovely room it is. We decided to go for a swim, arrived at the empty pool and within minutes 5 children appeared - one little bu---- continuously performing cannonballs. To find peace and quiet we adjourned to the Sauna. By the time we returned to the pool there were 11 little lovelies who should have been in bed. So we decided to retire instead. No sleeping in for Louise tomorrow - we have a long way to go. Til next time --- sleep ...
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 ...