Our visit was too short, but then again, it was great to spend a little time with them. We left early the next morning and made our way across the QEW./Lewiston-Queenston Bridge. We were prepared for a busy time but instead it was early and Civic Holiday Weekend in Canada and the traffic had not picked up yet.
Going through Toronto was not too bad and we continued north toward North Bay before taking the turn to Rutherglen and Talon Lake where our friends Jeff and Tiffany have a cabin. We parked our truck near the campground office and called Jeff, who arrived a few minutes later in his pontoon boat.
Their cabin is only accessible by water and we loaded a few things on the boat and were off to the cabin!
They played board games in the evening, or read or put together puzzles.
Jeff and Tiffany told us about Weber's Charbroiled hamburgers on Highway 11. We drove right by it, so decided to stop for lunch.
Next, we travelled on to the Sarnia/Petrolia area and a couple of days with Marg and Bill. We had another fabulous time with them, having seen them in March when then were returned from their winters stay in and came to see us in Virginia.
Bill had a golf tournament on Friday so Marg, Pam and I hung out and went over to the waterfront near Sarnia to Skeeter Barlow's for dinner. I tried pickerel and vegetables with a baked potato. It was fantastic. Don't know that I've ever had that fish, but it was great.
Somehow I missed taking a picture of us so I snagged this off the restaurant web site.
Saturday morning Bill and I played a round of golf at the local golf club in Petrolia. It was a great day for golf and we had some fun. In between all the rest of the round, we each hit a couple of good shots. We had dinner back at their place and then went to a local play. It was great!
The comedy was "the New Canadian Curling Club". It was entertaining and very well done.
Our week in Canada was filled with great memories of friends and all we hoped for this trip. Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!