Travel Blogs from Crane Lake
... is out in the middle of south end of Lake Superior. But that is another blog post.
DAY 75 of Circumnavigation
Miles Driven - 140
Total Trip Miles - 4465 since leaving Ananda Village mid May (Really?) ...
... July 23-24:
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After restocking the fridge in Fort
Frances where most of the town was filling and placing sand bags –
yes waters slowly heading to the Arctic Ocean are extremely high this
year. We continued north on a typical British engineered road (read
straight as an arrow) until hitting lake country.
Cindy and Bogie tested the water depth
on the road before we ...
After leaving Sleeping Giant, we
restocked the larder in Thunder Bay plus utilized the free wifi at
Tim's. The rain arrived with gusto as we slogged west toward Quetico
Provincial Park. We snagged a luxury site overlooking French Lake
where the wind usually keeps the Black Flies at bay; however, all of
us, especially Bogie, ...
... Into the inhumane traffic of Winnipeg!…and even worse, into The Forks! We got lost, of course. Lost in the dangerous streets and alleys, we gathered our courage and pulled into a Safeway parking lot in order to ask our GPS to save us. She did, and soon delivered us to The Forks. Despite the rain, the Forks looks like a fun area, reminiscent of Granville Island, with an indoor market and a railway museum. We were also able to drive by the Fort Garry hotel, the ...