Super 8 Motel Timmins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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While traveling through Ontario, today, we saw one moose, one black bear then a mother moose and two calves and then another moose! They were all safely away from the highway. Too fast for us to get a picture of though. More beautiful scenery of rugged rock cliffs and big lakes. We decided to take the more northern route on Highway #11. It's a little shorter and a lot quicker. Another long travel day puts us over halfway there! We're staying in Cochrane, ON ...
Happy Star Wars Day! "May the 4th be with you!" A more leisurely start to the day with a walk on the shore of Lake Superior & of course with a Ontario Tim's coffee in hand. Less kms today with only 700 behind us. One of the highlights of the day was a local beaver guiding us down the highway! How Canadian is that ...
... Spending the morning with the Earl of Gray, I am looking forward to more of this R and R. Writing, reading, maybe the occasional movie, only interrupted by the meal calls to the dinning car. While we are on the subject, what happens when you sit these four strangers together for breakfast; Two guys barely out of their teens, a weird looking redhead tween with a seemingly permanent stunned look on his face and a 47 year old city dwelling gay man-child? Silence. Utter silence. ...
... a wonderful lunch of BLTs (bacon is the best thing ever!) and local pie. The boys got to play for a few hours, including slug hunting, sand, water and balloon play (oh and the boys wasn't David and Andrew, but Fynn and Robbie....although Andrew was looking longingly at the balloons).
We got to our first overnight location of Chutes Provincial Park by 4:30pm. When we went to make dinner we realized we were missing ...
... and fertilising features that we’d be lost without. As the flat land gave way to lakes and trees, an abundance of trees, the announcement came over the tannoy that we were now in Ontario, clearly a place of far more texture than Saskatchewan or Manitoba. Unfortunately the new surface meant the train stopped more often and had a few more rocky adventures, not the best terrain for taking a shower or using an eyelash curler, both of which took place just ...