Patterson-Kaye Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
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For those of you that don't believe my post from yesterday about the bagpipes...I managed to catch a video of him this morning, after Mom and I got home from church. I was going to ask him to come up to the house and play for the people across the street that were up till 2am, doing Karaoke in the backyard, round the fire. The later it got, the louder the songs, ...
Mom lives next to this odd guy (a young fellow with a wife and 4 kids) who cuts his grass but goes around any clumps of weeds that look like they might be flowers. They don't have any real, planted gardend, just these mini wild oasis spotted around the property. So, you can imagine what the lawn looks like! He has little random gardens of Queen Anne's Lace, thistles, buttercups, etc. And he is trying to hide the mailboxes on the corner of ...
... lost another hour yesterday, so we are a tad behind. On the road by 10:38am. Thought about backing into the noisy tent a couple of times... Stopped for a quick bite of lunch at the exit to The Elliot lake. It used to be a great place to stop but now it is so run down. The trees and shrubs are either dying or growing across the entranceway, making it harder than usual to manoeuvre our big rig into and out of the spot. There was once a sort of demonstration swamp ...
... in and day out.
The next morning required a lot of chauffeuring from my dad - license plates and health cards had to be picked up. After that, my mom, the kids, and I made our way up north, after a mandatory stop at Chapters (I was desperately craving a REAL book) and Starbucks (I was desperately craving a chai latte). We also stopped at Harvey's and enjoyed greasy burgers and poutine. Yummy! And then we arrived at ...
... we may see another moose just standing on the creek and guess what, we did, just as we rounded up a corner.
This last moose sighting was the closest one yet. I remember fumbling with my paddle and saying "Moose!" as it backed away a couple of steps, and then leaping to the ground covered in reeds. And it stayed there frozen in its tracks, this moose, glaring back at us. Honestly my thought was, Ok if it hops down and joins us in this canoe, I have this ...