October in northern Ontario

I promised you pictures and pictures is what you are going to get.

We were excited about our trip out to Alberta last fall,  we were  really looking forward to seeing Mike, Tracy and the grand kids. And it was also our first trip in our new smaller RV (we call her putt-putt), and our first drive ever through northern Ontario when there wasn’t feet of snow on the ground

Near Collingwood the colors started


We were not disappointed.  When we left St Catharines. The colors were just starting to change,  and as we moved north and west mother nature’s show only became more spectacular.

Comfortable anywhere in our new Trend

There was oodles of color, including red, orange and green but what there wasn’t were crowds. In later October there is no problem getting the prime site in any park we wanted.

We even spent a couple of nights in truck stops and rest areas.

This shot was taken at a Husky Truck Stop at Nipigon, Onario, not far from their famous brand new bridge that cracked shortly after it opened. I guess that means we can say that we are one of the few people in the world who have crossed that bridge. Now I’m really glad we have a small light RV.


On the Chi-Cheemaun from Tobermory to Manitoulin Island


We just bought our fuel efficient Winnebago Trend and they're already shutting down service stations.

We just bought our fuel efficient Winnebago Trend and they’re already shutting down service stations.

“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.” Ernest Hemingway
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