Blue Spruce Resort
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... Canisbay Lake campground where you can paddle into your campsite. Most cars we drove by had a canoe on their roof. It was different getting use to the no trace rules. There's not much to worry about in PEI other than some foxes but now were in bear country. We spent our days on a couple of hikes and then cooled off in the lakes. Next up is Lake ...
... side trip up to Teepee Lake before heading back to the Portage Store. Standing in the shallow water at the end of the lake was a large, brown shape – a moose!
The wind was picking up, and so we started our return journey. Getting back across Joe Lake to the portage was relatively easy. We had lunch by the river and then started on the tough bit - crossing Canoe Lake.
En route to Huntsville, we stopped for groceries for our backcountry camping trip. As we are only going overnight, we didn't worry about getting freeze dried meals, but just brought along pasta. For reasons unbeknownst to us, UHT milk is not available in Canada, so we took along soy milk instead. (As we have never drunk soy milk, we decided to play it safe and have pancakes instead of cereal for breakfast, though!)
In Hunstsville, we spent ...
... expensive for family fun; with HST it is over $41 a
- Recycling, including composting, is amazing in the park - very little stuff is real garbage.
Rock Lake Algonquin PP: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl= en&geocode=&q=45.51807,-78.4013 4&ll=45.51807,-78.40134&ie=UTF8 ...
... so many stars in my life) and of course the time i got to spend with my family :)
We snow shoed and tubed, which was awesomeeee so fun!! as you can probably tell with the photos...
it wasnt a usual holiday with dress and bikinis it was a holiday with a big winter jacket heavy boots scarves, gloves and hats but was so worth it!!
Enjoy the photos!