We took our time and spent a bit of it relaxing and seeing the country. The original plan was for us to stay at a few Harvest Host locations to save a few dollars....but it did not work out that way.
Our first night was at the Big Axe Brewery. Needless to say after a few very yummy beers and a winning 2 tee shirts at trivia night we spent more than what a RV Park would have cost but it was fun.
After that were a few nights at farms, a Casino and one home garden spot that changed our minds about the Harvest Host idea. We damn near cooked to death with temperatures in the RV of 38c.
|This was our favorite farm at Le Chou et la Fleur. Even the Kitties loved it!|
|A wonderful little brewery in Quebec called Microbrasserie Des Haldes.|
We hit smoke from the fires in the central Ontario and pretty much followed it into the Crows Nest Pass when the rain came in and cleared sky's into BC.
|Central Ontario. |
|BC. Border, rainy and cool. Look mom no smoke.|
We did have our trials and tribulations though. At one spot in Ontario I was heavily chewed upon by no see-ums. WIFI was a big challenge as well. Although most RV Parks say they have WIFI, they really don't!!
|Both legs.... drove me crazy for a few days.|
We even found a few amazing things along the way like this giant caterpillar. It was almost as long as Tyler's hand. About 4" long and as thick as his thumb.
|Cecropia Silk Moth Caterpillar.|
So all in all we have had a great journey across most of our country and am now in Cranbrook for the night and Creston tomorrow. Back to Cranbrook in a few days for a few much needed RV repairs (our slide-out crapped out). Looking forward to seeing friends and family and having a bit of time to think about the next adventure.
|Hope you are all having as much fun as I am.|