Blue Spruce Resort
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... fairly far away according to the strength of their howling. We ended up sleeping under the stars in sleeping bags, they were attached to the sides of our horse packs…it was pretty neat. You never truly experience the outdoors until you sleep on the ground with a sleeping bag and a pitch black night with just a small fire in the middle of everyone…I swear I could see every star so so clearly and they were soo bright. It was a sight to ...
... was quiet... everyone was tired and it was getting late. We arrived back at 10 pm and walked tiredly home with big smiles on our faces about the great trip we went on and anxious to hang out some more with the rad people we met.
Waking up the next morning early, to face assignments that were due, quizzes that we pending and classes to attend, was less fun. But next weekend... we get to ignore our work again and go to Bruce Penninsula for a hiking trip in the forcasted rain. Yay!
... about 20km into the park so we gave them a lift as we were going that way. They seemed a nice couple and were there with two others who had decided to take a trip to Niagara and left these two in Algonquin so they were a bit stranded if they wanted to get any where. Glad to help them out in some small way. Spent the rest of the day combing the highway and side roads for any wildlife possible. Silke is trying ...
... Lake, Lake of Two Rivers and Little Lake in the distance.
Next Richard drove to Whitefish Lake, Pog Lake was closed like a few other ones we wanted to see. It is great to see in all the Canadian Provincial Parks you can camp and the fresh water toilets or Biddies are not vandalised or have graffiti all over them and no litter. In Canada they are really into recycling and you can be fined if you don't comply. This is ...
... Now we are on Hwy 400 a five lane highway not that busy at the moment. On the right I saw the big Bass Pro Shop Richard wanted to go to and have a look for a Buzz Bomb lure and Zebass reel. Turned off at the next bridge and went back it is part of the Vaughan Mills Centre looks like a big Factory Outlet for expensive clothing and goods. Wonderworld is across the road a big Roller coaster Entertainment Centre. Richards friend Paul would love ...
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