Summer 2008 - Saskatchewan, New Brunswick and Newfoundland travel blog

One of Many Lakes in Northwestern Ontario

Lunch Stop

New Weave Poles

I took Gino & Reba for a run in the campground before we pulled out at about 10:00 a.m. It was already getting hot at 7:30 a.m. and hit 28 degrees C by the time we stopped for the day. The drive was scenic with lots of lakes and trees and no issues other than being kind of warm. Once we got into Ontario, the highway became two-lane and there were many spots where construction was being done which slowed us down. Oh well, we’ve got lots of time to get where we’re going.

We stopped for lunch at a very nice spot just east of Kenora by a little lake.

We stopped driving a little after 4:00 p.m. at the Davy Lake RV Park near Ignace, Ontario. It’s a nice park with lots of room, hiking trails and a small lake. The cairns enjoyed their hike in the forest and dip in the lake before supper. I cooked the last of the frozen fish we brought from Port Alberni. Soon we’ll have Atlantic fish to eat! After supper I put the tape on the poles we had purchased for the new weaves and set the weaves in the empty site next door. All three dogs got some practice in and did just fine.

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