Travel Blogs from Warroad
The countryside north of Caliper Lake
is gorgeous; slowed the truck and trailer down a bit while a momma
Ruffed Grouse walked her seven chicks across Highway 71. The Lake of
the Woods at Sioux Narrows is extremely high and most of the
campsites are too wet to even walk on.
We secured a neat spot on a knoll
surrounded by oaks with an empty group site next to us which gave
Bogie a fishing pier. The ...
... the Caliper Lake Provincial Park
which opened the day we arrived. Scored a lakeside campsite that was
easy to drive in but a little bit of hell getting out the next
morning. The wind off the lake kept both mosquitoes and Black Flies
away while we had an organic pasta dinner with Tofurky.
Left early the next day since this
campground was a little on the ...
Brutal driving for Ken due to heavy rain and wind. Arrived at my brother's little cottage located at Regina Bay, Sioux Narrows, Ont. A beautiful waterfront location, quiet and relaxing except for the mosquitoes, horseflies, sand flies, no-seeums, and wood ticks!!! We plan to ...
... AT&T dominated so lots of roaming charges) and couldn't locate an RV park on-line earlier in the day. I must say that Manitoba and Northern Ontario cell service sucks! It's virtually nonexistent! Fort Frances looks like it is really suffering since the closure of the pulp and paper mill last year.
We took a walk after dinner and spotted our first wild life of the trip - a friendly skunk!
... flat road!! There are very few trucks, its easy driving but we still switch every hour/100km so we don't get over tired! Far easier for us than the lonesome walker & cyclists we see, one was on a unicycle!! People say it's a boring drive but we don't find it boring - there's enough variation in the landscape to keep us interested or maybe because it's our first drive across this amazing ...
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