Blue Spruce Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Hello friends! The Turners returned home to Canada on Tuesday, July 21, a date that has been imprinted in our minds for quite a while now. Our flight from Reykjavik was uneventful, much to Paul's delight. We had a great time in Iceland. It is a spectacularly beautiful country. We visited geysers, waterfalls, glacier covered volcanos, and black sand beaches. Our apartment was small, but it was in a great ...
... 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 ...
Elaine is our God daughter, literally a gift from God. She grew up to be a talented professional woman, a loving mother, a supportive spouse and a devoted daughter and sibling to her parents and brother and sister. She and her husband Chris own a cottage right on the Muskoka ...
... aren't into that, the main highway through the park is developed with campgrounds, picnic areas and lots of hiking trails. We only had 1 full day there, but managed to do 4 of the trails, although to be fair they were short, we did about 8kms altogether. The walks were all beautiful, but 2 of them we did as we were told they were best for wildlife, although we didn't see any animals on any of the trails.
We might not have seen animals on the trails, but ...
... for animals to get active, so I was singing and talking to scare away the bears. "How silly of me to think I would see a bear", I thought. The Ranger had said that there were no grizzlies, only black bear, and "I'd be lucky to see one". But you know me and bears. I got to the river, walked a little ways downstream and found a beautiful spot. The foam was funneling into a nice little pool. Perfect. I reached down, unhooked the fly ...