We have been home almost a week so trying to finish off the trip.So our last stop after visiting parry sound we stopped at my long time Cambridge Bay friend Dawn in Beaverton. Weather very hot but even the high temperature didn’t get me into Lake Simcoe. Dawn very gracious and had a room already but we chose to stay in the Rpod for our last night.
Arrived home 1230 1230 today after 105 days in the Rpod. 17626 kilometers Tom did all the driving and home safely. Love to all.get ready for the pictures
Had issues with last blog. Thought I had it down pat! So now in Parry Sound with Bonnie and Morley. GUSSY Gladys was so glad to get out and stretch. Their home is beautiful.Bonnie and Morley after 30 yrs of dating just married this Aug. Go figure,
After leaving Viv and Eddie (no more walleye fish for breakfast venison that melted in your mouth or Vivs ribs).got through the border no issues. Made it to Whitefish on. Stayed this pretty municipal park. We are now using the furnace. Then off to Sudbury and Science North #saw the snakes beavers.spent hours wondering around the 5 or 6 floors of all different types of disciplines. Scientific, mining, evolution, butterflies. Etc .really enjoyed. Then to see the big Nickle
Today Sept 8th we are celebrating our 100 days under the same roof. Decided to stay in Gaylord with Viv and Eddie and crack open a bottle of bubbly. Pellegrino. and Viv made brownies. So now leaving tomorrow and try and get close to Sudbury.
VIV and Eddie have toured us around local Michigan. Went to a beautiful park Cross in the Woods at Indian River. Then off to a beautiful fish hatchery called Oden. You could feed the fish for 25 cents and of course the ducks wanted their fill. A neat viewing area of the stream and fish .the fall colours are so beautiful between thunder bay and Gaylord beautiful burgundy. True to our love of chocolate and ice cream they took us to Kilwins chocolate factory in Petoskey. Very good ice cream and turtles. The picture with Tom and I in a boat was from our first visit fishing in Burnt Lake.