Travel Blogs from Muskoka
Killbear Provincial Park...active bears, watch for snakes, and West Nile mozzies!
Beautiful park, mostly small hardwoods fewer pines. Our site was large with a short path to the sandy beach . We have seen many rocky shore lines that remind us of Maine.
Signs at registration: West nile use Deet. Watch for snakes & Active Bear. Well, for sure the active bear went to work on Ken's truck’s tunnel cover. The learning: don’t ...
... summer travel has not been possible...until this cruise came along. A chance to visit all of our ancestral roots at once, from the luxury of the Silver Cloud. We have been on the Cloud's sister ship, the Wind, a few times, and loved the experience, so we are really looking forward to seeing the original Silverseas boat.
The basic outlines of this trip are: two days in London, running around ...
... Gwen and Cindy - but it was time to go as we have a big day tomorrow. We said our farewells to everyone and headed back to our hotel.
Thanks for a great visit Aunt Gwen - wished our stay could have been longer than just a few days - it sure went fast!
The Rialta is running well again - thank goodness - as tomorrow we start our trip to Winnipeg with our first stop in Barrie to visit mom's friend Phyllis in the ...
Returned to Mississauga in late April before being declared an illegal alien (again) - I count the days south of our border more carefully now. My focus was on: income taxes (thanks Eileen for doing Mom's return); banking, mainly obtaining new ...
For a lot of people, unbeknownst to themselves life quickly becomes a routine, you get up each morning at the same time, a daily alarm with a daily ringtone opens your eyes to the world. Then you eat breakfast, the same breakfast before departing, still half unconscious, to that job that you are indifferent to. Every day I see the same faces step onto the subway, from the subway to the bus and as I ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking