Patterson-Kaye Resort & Spa
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- Hot tub
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... re on the road by 8:30, heading for the West gate where we buy our permit and receive the glad news that none of the establishments we'd hoped to find coffee at will be open till April - can't wait that long. Seems only the visitor centre stays open year round, they serve refreshments so all is not lost.
Route 60 runs right across the bottom of the park from W to E, some 56K with markers every K so it's very easy to find the numerous walking tracks ...
Drove around Three Mile Lake. This was the Lake where MMs parents owned an island from 1923 to 1948. They holidayed there for two months every summer. Katie and Graham had met the owners of a cottage on the shore when they were here three years ago. Gill and Tim Wright have now become dear friends, having visited us in Australia last year and hoping to come again. They had made contact with the current owners of Crescent Island where the Becker cottage was. ...
Drove north of Toronto, past many lakes. Stopped for lunch at north end of Lake Simcoe. Later went to Lake of Bays in search of Kilgours' cottage, but were unable to find it. Stopped at Maple Farm, small business with a couple who started it up two years ago. Had a bit of a tour and, of course, bought real maple syrup. Not far from there was Pioneer ...
... how to steer) and the rain was pouring down on us - but we still had a good time and some nice views. The highlight of that trip was the glorious tipping of Alex and Brendon right in the beginning. They had to swim all the way back and jump in the canoe again, whilst we were laughing so hard we almost tipped ourselves. Luckily, Lauren had her camera out in that moment and managed to get a photo of the guys tipping and she instantly posted it on Facebook for everyone to see. Thanks for ...
... there in his former life. The city was founded in 1784 by Ludwig Derr who purchased land from the William Penn family. It was a centre for commerce as the river was used for logging and shipping. Before and during the Civil War it was home to many abolitionists and several locations served as stopping points for the Underground Railroad. Another hour of driving and we reached our destination - the Hampton Inn in Harrisburg, the capital city of ...