Manitoulin Island was one of those undiscovered gems which my wife Maureen and I happened upon, almost by accident while travelling across Canada. Located along the north shore of Lake Huron, it had the distinction of being the largest fresh water island in the world. While the island may be big, it’s population was quite small resulting in a peaceful, serene, unhurried way of life that the tourist bureau loved to promote. Also promoted was the island’s unique geology, beautiful scenery, pastoral countryside, picturesque shoreline, and significant population of artists and artisans. It sounded like a perfect, “Routes Less Travelled” destination.
- Visiting Montreal and Quebec City
- Driving California Highway 1 in an RV: Part 2
- Driving California Highway 1 in an RV: Part 1
- Manitoulin Magic
- Across The Top Of Lake Superior
- Thunder Bay – A Tourist Gem
- Do You Know The Way To Thunder Bay?
- Wonderful ‘Winterpeg’
- What To Do In The “Soo”
- Myths, Stereotypes and RV’ing
Alberta Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta Baie-du-Febvre Big Sur California Highway 1 Cap-des-Rosiers Capitaine Homard Consul Saskatchewan Dalhousie Forillon National Park Fort Macleod Fort Walsh Gaspé Great Sand Hills Highway 1 Highway 13 Highway 132 Highway 501 Hot Air Balloons Lake Superior Manitoba Manitoba Highway 2 Maple Creek New Mexico Ontario Pacific Coast Highway Parc National Du Bic Percé Pointe-au-Pere Historic Maritime Site Quebec Quebec City Red Coat Trail Redvers Saskatchewan Rimouski Riviere-Du-Loup Route of the Navigators RV Travel Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Highway 13 Shaunavon Souris Manitoba St Claude Manitoba Swift Current Travel Weyburn Saskatchewan