The Lodge at Pine Cove

P.O. Box 91, Ontario, P0M 2N0, Canada | Lodge
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This lodge is located on P.O. Box 91, Ontario.
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    A travel blog entry by lucasp on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... seeing Jack and James the whole trip! It was another big hike along the beach, looping around to Beaver Dam campsite, where we found Matt, Maria, Jack and James ( and the 8 other families they are camping with!). The boys were so excited! They were off with their friends instantly! We stayed for a while, including a walk to the lookout rocks to watch the sunset. It was getting late, and we knew we still had ...

    Michipicoten River just outside of Wawa

    A travel blog entry by kerryanddee on Jul 02, 2014

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    We found this wicked spot just off the highway, totally hidden, on an incredible sandy beach. Wow. Pretty lucky to find it. Oh yeah, and free. But...did I mention how bad the bugs are now? Real bad. We tried to have a fire last night and even after dark they did not go away. We had to give up. It's a bit chilly now that we are more north, supposed to get down to 6-8 degrees tonight. That should take care of the ...

    Niagra Falls

    A travel blog entry by thythekat on Nov 06, 2013

    "That is one big apple!" Toll booth lady "Weeooooh" Sarah being far too excited after we made it through the border like maybe we shouldn't be let in "Have you got the correct inn as there are five of us in Niagra" First Days Inn we went to wasn't ours, too many here "Woman?! Where is our room" Sarah going to give attitude cause we couldn't find our room since we got on the wrong ...

    Raincoats, Maid and a little bird.

    A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Oct 06, 2012

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    ... until around 1am when they impolitely informed us we could not spend the evening in the comfortable chairs. They told us to go downstairs by baggage claim to spend the evening and handed us thin blankets and a small travel pillow. Upon arriving near the baggage claim, we soon realized there were no chairs to sleep on so we spread out our blankets and tried to catch some zzz's on the cold dirty floor.

    Without a doubt, Dario and I had the worst night of sleep ...

    18 Chapleau Crown Game Preserve

    A travel blog entry by tombuttle on Sep 29, 2012

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    ... were really entertaining around our constant log tree fires and we had the occasional Hootenanny provided by Barred and other unidentified owls. With so much area to prowl, game sighting is actually a rare but exciting event.

    Headed back towards the Soo where Cindy and I will part until meeting up again in the Everglades in mid-December.



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