Super 8 Warroad
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... by endless signs warning us about moose we haven't seen one yet.
Ontario is unbelievably enormous! It has taken us days and days to finally get to the western part, the Kenora area, close to the Manitoba border. The provincial park we chose to camp at was all but deserted this late in the season, so we had our pick of locations, and what ...
After 3 months staying at my brother's cottage In Sioux Narrows, Ontario we headed out today towards Eastern Canada. It was a busy time over the last 3 months while I assisted my family's with their health issues and Ken provided the brawn to assist my brother with cottage maintenance chores. The days are definitely getting colder here and we have to our little space heater going at night in the motorhome when the temperature has been down to 5 degrees Celsius. We are driving south ...
... is through the USA. But. this trip is to see Canada so we'll stay to the north. This is despite all the warnings from our friends about how poor the highway is and how long and boring it is. Oh well, we'll see if it was the right decision. The plan now is to go to London Ontario first and miss the holiday weekend rush at Niagara Falls. By doing this we can also spend our anniversary together at the falls. It seemed kind of fitting to do ...
... vacant and failing properties at Devil's Gap where the First Nations and the leaseholders had not reached a renewal agreement. Back at the dock we said good bye to the staff as they packed our frozen fish in logos cooler bags along with wild rice and fish coating. They really know how to look after their clientele here!! All in all it was a wonderful experience and we really appreciated the opportunity to get to know the Gyles family ...
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 ...