We left Kagawong at 8:30 and were helped off the dock by the friendly dockmaster and another neighbor. Yesterday when we arrived, he said we were the 2nd boat of the season and shortly after, 2 more boats traveling together came in which filled the marina!!!
I think I mentioned earlier that the North Channel boating and vacation season doesn’t really kick in till July 1 (Canada Day), so some restaurants, fry stands, ice cream, etc., not open or available? The dockmaster called out as we were leaving “I’ll have ice cream the next time you come”!!! So, Friday- ice cream will arrive in Kagawong!
The swing bridge opens for us as we leave Little Current
Check out that color of the sky!
St. Paul's Anglican Church
Built in 1845, this is the oldest existing church in Northern Ontario
and still has Sunday services
Mark sitting in the one-room schoolhouse at the museum
One of the things I love about this northern part of the country (along with all the fresh air, peacefulness, charm, friendly people, etc.) is all the daylight time - it's still light out at
We traveled 41.3 miles today. Tonight we had a delicious dinner on the porch of
"The Musky Widows". This just opened under new management Saturday and we met the chef with our compliments and wished him the best! Beautiful evening!