We are deeply in love with the prairie and love cruising through endless fields as far as the eye can see or rolling hills with cows grazing, camping in coulees or forests and watching infinite vistas or living skies. Esp. in South West Saskatchewan, we’ve driven through immense stretches of … » full post and pics!
Wednesday we made it back to Saskatchewan for the last (warmer) days in Moose Mountain Provincial Park, just to relax before heading home. I got a bit homesick and kind of wanted to go home, but I also knew we’d still have a few nice sunny days at Kenosee Lake … » full post and pics!
With a heavy heart we left the rugged scenery of Ontario behind. We are in Manitoba now, in Birds Hill Provincial Park, north of Winnipeg, for one night. Tomorrow we’ll get back to Saskatchewan to relax some more at Moose Mountain Provincial Park (Kenosee Lake) before we head home.
When we left yesterday morning, the wind was gone, but we decided to go anyway. Again we had some hopes to see wildlife, being on this remote highway, but no such luck. Back on the Trans Canada Highway, we stopped for another fishing break at a rest area, then took … » full post and pics!
So we went west again, towards Atikokan this time, and again we were in awe of the rugged landscapes and endless lakes! Where else can you cast a line at a highway rest area?! From Atikokan we took highway 622 to Browns’ Clearwater West Lodge, which was pretty much in … » full post and pics!
We just had a few fantastic days in a gorgeous spot! We left the peninsula this morning and are having breakfast in a diner by the highway, so we are “connected” again 🙂
The Sleeping Giant campground is on the shore of Marie Louise Lake and has an impressive view … » full post and pics!
We stayed an extra day at the Kakabeka Falls as it rained on Monday and it didn’t make sense to drive anywhere in that. Good day to walk around on the campground a bit and do laundry! Today we left fairly early to go check out Thunder Bay a bit. … » full post and pics!
Yesterday the 3rd we drove from Aaron further east to the Kakabeka Falls, close to Thunder Bay, in about 4 hours. Not a lot of towns along the way, but we were in awe of the scenery! So rugged and way more mountainous than expected. We stopped for lunch near … » full post and pics!
We didn’t really like the site that we had booked, so in the morning we switched to a nicer one for another two nights. It’s a beautiful park with friendly people! We walked around, did some trails, Nico did some fishing and I even swam for a bit as it … » full post and pics!