Super 8 Brockville
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... that because there are a thousand islands scattered all the way along the river. Sioux tried counting them but in the end we will just have to take their word for it. Virtually every island, large or tiny, has at least one house. They range from mansions to tiny holiday houses and all can only be reached by boat. They're deserted at the moment due to be being surrounded by ice but judging by the number of boats we've seen on the hard at the many marinas along the way, it must ...
June 30-July 3: Unofficial campout with the Bytowners. Still had the same camping spot, same neighbours, Andy and Maria. We had suggested that everybody wear a funny hat at the Happy Hour and that turned out to be a great idea. Lots of laughter by all. ...
After getting our baby out of cold storage it is time to get her ready for a new season of exploring. May 16-20: Our first trip this year is with the By-towners back in Brockville at the Happy Green Acres campground. We took our usual place up on the hill and after set up headed down for happy hour (happy hour is a big part of camping with a group we are finding). The weather was still cold so the campfires were inside in a big boiler. Still a great time around the ...
... which has a hall that the club can use (an important reason for them being there). We had about 60 people out in about 25-30 rigs, we had the members from the Qinte Kampers join us.
Friday night was a potluck supper, Saturday was games during the day with a catered supper that evening from Swiss Chalet. After supper some of us Newbies decided to have a campfire something the Bytowners had not done in years, We ...
... Our canoe expedition leader had 18 to 20 large scale nautical maps (laminated) to guide him and us and a GPS....
The Rideau Waterway consists mainly of a system of interconnected lakes and rivers.
The lakes are 20, 30 or 40 times larger than Dows Lake or Mooney's Bay - these large lakes have large islands (so large that you cannot tell that they are islands and look like part of the shore line),