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Jul 16, 2017 - Sauble Beach - Week 2

It's been a quiet week in Sauble Beach. The highlight of the week was a visit to Sauble Falls Provincial Park. The park is within five miles of Woodland Park, so it was a short drive to get there. We parked in the pay parking lot and made the short walk to the falls. Although the falls are more like a rapids than a falls, they were still an attractive sight. We toured the paved paths around the falls and viewed the river as it headed toward Lake Huron. The rest of the week has been restful with Sue making frequent visits to the beach....

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Jul 10, 2017 - Sauble Beach

Woodland Park in Sauble Beach, ON is a beautiful park. We have a nice paved full-hookup site with an open grass space next to us. Sue is particularly taken with the greenness of the grass that is maintained rigorously. The only negatives are that we have no wifi and it is a half mile from our site to the park entrance. Sauble Beach is a small tourist/beachcomber town on Lake Huron. They advertise a seven mile long beach. While it is not Clearwater, it does have some sand and draws lots of people. Parking is paid everywhere within three...

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Jun 13, 2009 - Dorcas Bay

We left Tobermory and went down to Dorcas Bay. Large flat sands, deserted. We were warned that it could be a long walk to the water as the bay is so flat that when the water levels drop a little, the shoreline moves vastly out of the bay. The water was not too far out today but there was a bitter wind blowing straight up the beach. In hope of getting out of the wind we headed over to the East shore on the other side of the peninsular.

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Jun 12, 2009 - The deserted trailer park.

In the evening we drove up through Red Bay up to Pike Bay. Stayed the night on a trailer park. Quite bizar surrounded by empty trailers as still out of season. This area is an allocated Dark Skies community, you can see from horizon to horizon at night without seeing any light pollution. Flynn made a mozaic out of rocks that were lyning around whilst we ate our tea around the BBQ. After tea we walked around the site enjoying the views on all sides. We watched the sun set over the tree line on the edge of the shore. The rocks on the...

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