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... tourists, they sure are adventurous....love their spirit.
The dogs got to play outside tonight until we couldn't stand the mosquito's anymore. Oh we found out that the peak time for the mosquito's is mid May to mid June...yikes! Just a little scratching going on....staying at a beautiful KOA park(a little pricey but nice).
... that), and after getting my postcard and a selfie in front of the Winnie the Pooh statue, we headed further down to Wawa for the night.
We found a roadside motel for the night, and after checking in, found a dingy little pub to have a beer, we needed it! When I say dinghy, I mean dinghy. 1 of those places were it is just a few old men dotted round the bar, drinking by themselves. 1 drink was enough for use!
... up at 6:00 a.m. this morning, sleep came easily! We knew it would be a shock to the system, but I think I could get used to having a warm break from the frigid temperatures. Lorrie and Dave are stuck in Orlando until Tuesday due to weather issues in New York I believe and I can't say I feel sorry for them!! Another wonderful adventure with treasured memories and some souvenirs we just couldn't say no to :) Well that's enough rambling for now. Be well, live long and ...
... journey to Sault Ste. Marie instead of stopping at Massey. Which was good as Massey is a one horse town and good accommodation on Trip Advisor was hard to find. Went online and booked a Cabin at Glenview Cottages 12.4kms before Sault Ste. Marie. It’s good we are now registered with booking.com and can booked online the night before and our accommodations are reserved.
Rain eased just enough to ...
... is flowing rapids while the other side is calm water, descending in a starlike manner into Lake Huron. Truly an amazing engineering feat. One of the warmtshowers listings for Sault Ste. Marie is a bike shop called Velorution. They offer camping for touring cyclists in the back of their shop, with showers and a dirt track to boot. There, I met Dustin, a tourist from Alberta who has recently left his job in radio to do ...