We arrived in Nipigon and went to the campground where we planned to stay a few days, this of course would be weather dependant. There was a piece of history sat near the lakeside within the campground. While here we spent the time walking the local trails and wandering around the town taking in the
After a couple of days in Barrie where the Truck was serviced and the last warranty work performed on the truck before the warranty expired, we started our journey back west. As we had taken the southern route along the Great Lakes on our eastward travels we decided to travel back via the northern route.
We arrived at Baymouth and caught the ferry from Manitoulin Island to Tobermory at the north end of the Bruce Peninsular. We unloaded from the ferry around 5pm, and headed straight to the campground located on the southside of Tobermory that we had chosen for the night and were quite happy they had available space
After spending another night in Sault Ste. Marie close to the river, it was time to continue our eastward journey, this time we are heading toward Manitoulin Island. We choose to take the side road along the lake at this point where we came across Echo Bay which was about 30km/20 miles east of Sault
We left White Lake continuing east towards Sault Ste. Marie, we would stop at White River to visit a monument to Winnie the Pooh. This link is to the Northern Ontario Travel site: https://www.ontariotravel.net/en/listing/Winnie-the-Pooh-Statue/38455 Origin: A. A. Milne named the character Winnie-the-Pooh after a teddy bear owned by his son, Christopher Robin Milne, on whom the
After almost a week in the Winnipeg area it was time to continue east into Northern Ontario. Our first planned stop was Kenora, located on Lake of the Woods. After arriving in Kenora, late in the afternoon we tried a couple campsites we had designated where we wanted to stay, unfortunately they were a full,