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We found our lodging for the night, a Hampton Inn on the south side of Barrie. Now, the restaurant recommendations. It was still raining . . . and although the temperature had risen to 57 today, it had dropped to 53 and was windy and raining. That drove the dinner choices to something reasonably close to the hotel.
It was either Herb n' Sage, kind of an eclectic menu or Sicilian Gourmet, an Italian place. ...
... ok for another day.
We motored until about 3:00ish, and then Marcos was getting squirrelly; Lucas had fallen asleep. We saw a very cool little bay on the map, Frying Pan Bay. It was a small little bay, narrow entrance, and some low areas. But the middle looked good and we thought we could make it. We did, without incident, and anchored successfully. There were a few other cruisers there, no sailboats, though.
We spent the rest of the afternoon exploring the ...
... who knew Dave and Donna, old friends of James', and it turns out they were coming up later today.
Using the stand up paddle to get around is working really well, unless all four of us need to be on it! Then one of us has to swim, which worked out fine today.
We explored further on the main island today, and got to check out the national park. Pretty nice place to camp. There are cottages, yurt type buildings and camping sites. Very clean and the ...
... different types. It was pretty neat.
Back at the boat, things did not go as well. The boys were being difficult, James' ear was really sore the anchorage was really choppy, mostly due to other boats blasting by. We had a bit of a rough night. Couldn't get rid of all the mosquitos in the cabin, which drove me crazy! But mostly, I was just really worried about ...
... we unpacked what we could (not too much with the mast down!), got the boys some French fries, did some running around to get some needed parts, etc. James had some friends at a a nearby marina, so we looked for them, too. They weren't there, but showed up at the boat shortly after. The winds were still high, so we decided to wait until the morning to try getting the sail up. However, later that evening, Giselle and Jeff came back, to see if we wanted to ...