Canadas Best Value Inn - Sunset Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... all kinds of family visitors, like Owen, Evan and Connor in the morning and then Steve and Sue came by as did Laura and Tom and then Allie and her two kids, Julia and Hilary, who entertained us for an hour or so... Laura and Tom are staying for the night so we had a great supper of bacon wrapped beef roast and quinoa salad...and some rhubarb muffins and coffee ...
... no evidence of last night's festivities...also this morning, there is the crowning of Miss Mariposa..which is puzzling as I thought that would be in Orillia, home of Stephen Leacock, the creator of Mairposa...can there be more than one? Today we paid a visit to Tom and Laura's Yurt. We had a nice supper and bottle of wine. We came out by car, but paddled over to their place for a visit. Great place! Peaceful and quiet. Great place. Quite the ...
... if you can repurpose the countertop after you die? Maybe get it pre-etched with your name and date of birth in the underside, so it's not too tacky....we tend to have these conversations when we have been in the RV for more than 3 or 4 days... Getting back on track...got past Sudbury and headed south to Bracebridge, to my Mom's house. We called ahead and ordered pizza!!! Kidding. Mom made us pizza for supper and we shared all the goodies we had bought yesterday at ...
... passed on the Blue Lagoon since every local we met suggested that it was the worst tourist trap in the country. They all suggested that we enjoy a public pool and that is exactly what we did. Do you know that there is one pool for every 2500 people in Iceland? The pool we went to was incredible - a slide, mini golf, hot tubs. It was great!
But come Tuesday, we were excited to be going home and as soon as the ...
... alright, but I was getting tired with maneuvering the canoe with the quickest pry and pull around the sharp corners, otherwise we would crash right into the bushes, which we did a number of times.
I exhausted everything I had, power-paddling through the river. My strength, wits and will were tested, and I swear at some point the creek seemed to be never-ending, each sharp turn opening up to more water, but alas. Josh stood up on the canoe with ...