It is really a beautiful setting for the Centre and Museum.
I learned a lot about the sport of hockey and the impact Bobby Orr had on it. He started playing at age four and went up through the ranks of the local hockey clubs and into the minor leagues before playing most of his career with the Boston Bruins.
The museum also has a couple of interactive, hands-on hockey rinks for visitors to try. It was really strange for me and I imagine it would be similar to someone picking up a golf club for the first time. I had no sense of how to hold the hockey stick nor how to take a swipe at the puck.
After our time in the museum, we did some grocery shopping and went back to the Roadrunner at our KOA park campsite. Earlier in the day I went for a lengthy run through the woods and was ready for some reading. I continued with The National Dream before it was time for dinner. We watched rookie sensation Stephen Strasburg as the Nationals beat the Reds 8-5.
That was our day in Parry Sound ~ thanks for viewing!