It was interesting going through Sault Canada a different way. Some things looked vaguely familiar, but there have been lots of changes in the last 45 years or so there. I spent 2 years in college in Sault Ste Marie Canada, a long time ago.
I’ve wanted a new kayak paddle, so we stopped at Swift Canoe on the way by Waubishene ON and got one on their seasonal sale. We also had to stop at Nicolyn Farms for some of their great stuff.
Once in Flesherton we filled the van tank and got some more basics in Markdale. By 5:25 we were home, having survived the high-volume Hwy 10 traffic.
Thinking about the trip in hindsight, a standout memory was the wildlife viewings. We felt like we saw a lot of wildlife, but recognised that we would have missed a lot if we weren’t on the road as early as we usually were. It was tough to get started early sometimes, but worth the effort.