We had planned on meeting friends from the USA at Agawa Bay campground in Lake Superior Provincial Park. We all made bookings in early May and looked quite forward to getting together. Thanks to COVID-19 we had to change plans as they could not join us. Diane and Kim and Linda and I decided to do a Northern Ontario trip instead.
Linda and I had already booked one night at Mew Lake to stay on our way up to Agawa bay but due to the change of plans we altered our stay to be there for two nights. Unfortunately we couldn’t get the same campsite so we took the one beside it. These were huge camps and it was very easy to park and move the next day.
It’s always nice to have a daytime campfire if it’s not too warm.
It’s always a welcome surprise when you learn that someone you know is close by when camping. When my cousin posted on Facebook that they were Algonquin, we invited them over and they came by. Outside of this photo we social distanced.
We were only able to book one night at a time and had to move one campsite over and before that I wanted to make sure that everything on the roof of the trailer was good.
Hector was getting cold on the ground and he’d jump into people’s chairs – Linda bought him a cot. He’s still picky about it.
One of the great things about camping is meeting new people and learning new things. We learned quite a bit about monarch butterflies and how to breed them and a few other things as well. The duck was just an incidental visitor.
We had good fires these few days.
We drove to meet up with Diane and Kim at Sturgeon Bay Provicial Park and managed to book the best site in the campground. On the bay with few people around.
It might have been nice to be able to stay another couple of days. We had this reservation from before we cancelled our Agawa bay trip and there was no availability when we tried to extend the stay. We had a little agenda to make it to Fushimi Lake Provincial Park before it closed then after that our parks were open much longer.
From here we went to Halfway Lake on our journey through Northern Ontario.