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Killarney – the gateway to the North Channel and famous for its fish and chips. We anchored to the west of the channel out of the southerly wind and dinghied into the small boating community. Sitting in the sunshine we … Continue reading
Although Georgian Bay is 700kms from the ocean, there is an established and large sailing and boating community. The boating area is huge with plenty of places to explore and anchor. The islands in this region are heavily populated with … Continue reading
It’s surprising how quickly our time on the Great Lakes is slipping away. It’s been three weeks since we left Buffalo at the east end of Lake Erie and we’ve now spent one week at Penetanguishene. But it is nice … Continue reading
Our first overseas adventure was in 1991. It was a working holiday to Canada. In those days we were budget backpackers, hitchhiking and travelling around by thumb, buses and ferries. Canada was where we learned to really appreciate outdoor adventure. … Continue reading