The leaf colors in Algonquin Provincial Park were really amazing. Neither of us had seen such a variety of brilliant reds and oranges and purples and yellows. They were luscious and delectable and delicious - a feast for the eyes. We spent two days of “Ohhh’s” and “Ahhh’s.” We hope you appreciate the view from Booth Rock (first 2 photos). It was an hour and a half hike, a good bit of it uphill and a portion boggy and slippery; it ended with 167 high steps to the top of the rock. It was one of the 5 hikes listed as "difficult" in the Park literature. Everything considered, I’m kind of proud of that hike. Thanks, Trainer Kathy. I’ve included some photos of photos from the Algonquin Museum.
Husband Bob and I have been travelling around in a travel trailer for the past 16 years. We're now in our fourth camper (just right!) and have added four cats to our crew. We have traveled approximately 160,000 miles over these years and have seen every state but Alaska and North Dakota, some several times, and we've also visited Canada many, many times from the Maritime provinces to the far western coast. During the month-long trip we just returned from, we traveled to the eastern part of Newfoundland and also spent a week in Nova Scotia. We'd traveled up the western coast of Newfoundlan... full info