Once we left Sturgeon Bay we headed to Halfway Lake, that would eventually take us up to Highway 11 and through the top of Ontario.
I forgot to take a photo of our campsite at some of the parks as we wanted to get out there and hike. At the early parks we were only staying one night and that meant set up hike then dinner and prepare for the next day.
Travelling with a dog has its own challenges and we are lucky with Hector. He is restless for a few minutes in the back seat then goes to sleep and is eager to get out and hike once we arrive at our destination.
Halfway Lake is a park that I would like to visit again for a few days.
Some parks have beautiful and easy to navigate RV dumps and Halfway Lake Provincial Park was one of them. Easy for two vehicles to dump and there was fresh water to load and the trash and recycling beside it. An all in one leaving stop. We headed to Kettle Lakes Provincial Park,
It was an interesting park and when we arrived the weather wasn’t the best. We set up.
Strange what sites look like on a map relative to reality sometimes. Kim and Diane’s trailer is up behind us. There is a little trail but it was too wet to use it as a regular path.
The next day we hiked before we left.
There are a series of lakes and if one has a canoe this would be a good place to go fishing.
We still had to head out to René Brunelle Provincial Park and Linda wanted to drive. It’s always good to get both of us driving.
We arrived at René Brunelle Provincial Park and managed to get parked. There was a significant grade and after chocking and unhitching from the truck the trailer rolled back and off the front block. One of the tires had lost pressure and the chalks didn’t hold. We hitched up again and put it up on some levelling blocks, removed the offending tire and was about to take it to a tire repair shop when I remembered that I had a tire repair kit. I started to look for it and the neighbour from across the way came over with a tire repair kit. How kind and wonderful people can be. Kim and I worked it and managed to pull out the nail and then plug the tire. When I re-inflated and checked the tire, it held well. We put it back on the trailer and all was good. Thank you anonymous neighbour, can’t thank you enough.
René Brunelle is on Remi Lake and was used as a seaplane base in the early 1900s. We hiked a small trail in the morning before heading off to Fushimi Lake Provincial Park.
On the way to Fushimi Lake a tractor trailer tried to pass us behind another tractor trailer and hadn’t counted on the oncoming traffic. This driver forced both us and the oncoming truck that was also hauling a trailer off the road onto the shoulder.
That was not a fun experience but we managed to survive and carry onto Fushimi Lake.
Fushimi Lake was good place to arrive and get set up…notice the lovely hide the licence plate job one can do on Flicker. More Fushimi on the next post.