King William Inn
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... Lodge (about 90km) is just beautiful. We've missed peak colours up here, but still enough to wonder at, especially as the road meanders past lake after lake, very picturesque, even a Windermere.
Roads are good, traffic is light, conditions good, though snow does lie around at Huntsville as we approach Algonquin Park.
Blue Spruce Lodge is set right on Oxtongue Lake. Very comfortable suite, motel style, large, fully equipped including BBQ ...
... had held such wonderfully happy memories for MM. It was quite emotional. Dad visited there once, which was special. Tim And Gill then took us around the lake and other islands - three had been owned by the Beckers. After we got back to their cottage we saw a Bluejay, a Woodpecker and a Chipmunk (called Alvin). We had a delightful dinner. So grateful to them for their kindness to us. A very very special day. If we flew home tomorrow, the trip would have been worth ...
... was where MM taught swimming and diving every summer for many years. Pioneer Camps are Christian Camps and it was there in 1939 that she went alone out into the forest to to pray about her future with Dad. Glad she didn't meet a bear! Stayed night at Huntsville. Dad came skiing here winter 37/38. There is a photo in Bob's collection of Dad here ...
... onwards and it still is. Nowadays the Park consists of several zones: the touristy zone in which we were in, the rehabilitation zone which is to be left completely untouched by humans (best place to be) and the logging zone where they are allowed to chop down trees. I might have forgotten about another zone, if so, my apologies. Since humans had such a big impact in the Algonquin Park, the tourist zone as we saw it is completely manmade, or rather man-altered. Apparently nothing is ...
Leaving Sault Ste Marie on another rainy morning, we took the northern route to North Bay and then down highway 11 to the Muskoka lake area. Arriving at adorable Huntsville, we went for a stroll on the public docks where Stella jumped in and tried to retrieve an exposed post that was just showing above the water. It was hilarious watching her try to grab it and gave us and some other tourists a ...