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The drive from Longmont and into Ontario was about 24 hours. We broke the drive up into 8-10 hours of driving each day, spending two nights in hotels along the way. We passed through Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan before entering through the border of Canada.
The drive was smooth, peppered with (surprise!!!!) construction …
... for 'Moose Creek'. It was a 25 mile detour but what the hell. It'd be worth it for a photo. Needless to say, there are no meese or creeks in Moose Creek. Just a few houses and a bloke on a tractor. I intend to sue Canada for false advertising. Shortly after that we accidentally found ourselves on 'John Watson Road'. I couldn't believe it when I saw the sign. Can't find a moose or a mountie in Canada but manage to find the only road in the world named after my ...
... bear but she was nowhere to be seen. We then enjoyed our last few moments at the campsite reading leisurely on the beach in the sunshine- I still had 2 pairs of trousers on as it was still cold out of the sun, Tom thought this was hilarious so I braved the chill in the air and went down to just one pair before we left to start our jurney to Harriston.
None of us wanted to leave this beautiful ...
... yesterday) and we guessed there would be less likelihood of any bear sitings. There were so many berries that we stayed longer than we meant to and also called by to see another lake called Lake of Two Rivers before heading back to the campsite to try our hand at a fire with the damp wood that we'd gathered.
As soon as we pulled up at the tent Bill came to tell us that the mummy bear and two cubs had been foraging for wild cherries for ...
... squirrels got the blame. The favoured game of the chipmunks and squirrels appeared to be running and sliding over our tent which was amusing for them and us.
We had gone to bed excited at the prospect of all of these opportunties, but our mood changed as we realised none of them were possible in this weather. We headed off to Mew lake where Bill had told us a mother bear and two cubs had recently been seen foraging for berries and sat for a while waiting for ...