Budget Host Crestview Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and more families of Mennonites from southern Ontario are moving into the area because of the available and relatively cheap land. They are industrious and productive farmers despite using only man and real horse power and their stands selling vegetables, honey, etc. are always hopping with area locals and summer residents.
I hope you enjoy visiting my old stomping grounds as much as I did.
So, today was an uneventful drive from Sturgeon Falls to the KOA just north of Sault Ste Marie. Uneventful in the good sense; nothing untoward happened.
It was cloud/sun mix with off and on rain, but no torrential downpours and no wind or thunderstorms. Again, beautiful Canadian Shield and a look at the North Shore of Lake Huron for the first time this trip. Since it was cloudy, I have borrowed some pictures of another trip through ...
... passing Charlton Island shrouded in cloud, and onto Moosonee and then Sault Ste Marie. This airport was going to be the first new destination of the trip so far.
We parked up on a small apron with tie downs alongside two other planes and after putting the EZ to bed, walked the short distance to the refueller/FBO. Kevin helped organise an hotel and taxi while we chatted to EMS crew and two guys who had ...
... tasty ginger cookies, bread pudding and smoothies and ... a very strong Internet connection as well.
Sault Ste Marie is one of the oldest cities in the US and has some beautiful old buildings made of stone. As we were looking for the wifi and grocery store we passed several churches that were really beautiful. Even the Salvation Army site was made of rock and had ornate wooden doors. ...
... feet. (And that mud stank!) We hiked back out, and piled back in the car. The whole hike probably only lasted about an hour, but we barely touched the extensive trails available there.
My final stop on the island was a brief lunch in Gore Bay, as I worked my way back off the island. The place I had been recommended wasn't open yet, so I settled for another place with lots of hunting trophies (read: stuffed dead animals) all around the walls and counters. Maybe ...