Anyone who camps in Northeastern Ontario during the shoulder seasons  – spring and fall – is aware of the fact that a trip can pose some significant challenges to even the most seasoned outdoorswoman or man. Weather, can be, at best, unpredictable and at worst, a complete disaster!  That said, I’m a staunch believer in the old Scandinavian saying, “There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothes.”  So every year during the last…
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Fall in Ontario is simply beautiful. These photos reinforce just how lucky we are to live in or to be able to visit Sunset Country. We've had exceptionally nice weather this autumn in Northwest Ontario. Plenty of sunshine, above average temperatures, incredible fishing, beautiful fall colours and fantastic sunsets! Here's just a taste of what we experienced this fall:   An aerial view of one of Wenasaga Lodge's outposts It was a beautiful weekend to…
Sault Ste. Marie is situated at the heart of the Great Lakes making it one of the top destinations for outdoor enthusiasts. Blessed with endless natural beauty, adventure opportunities, and outdoor outfitting specialists, this four season prime destination has everything you need! Joe’s Sports and Surplus and Chippewa Trading Post are two locally owned and operated outdoor outfitting specialists who carry reputable quality brands at competitive prices with exceptionally knowledgeable staff, that are dedicated to…
487 feet…535 feet…603 feet. The depth finder on the boat is a slightly daunting reminder that Lake Superior is a very deep, very big lake and we’ll be camping on one of its islands for three nights. We are en route to the Slate Islands, about 12 km offshore of the small, lakeside community of Terrace Bay. This trip has been on our bucket list for a few years, and now that our five-year-old daughter…
A very rich cultural island teaming with history, flora and fauna lies within Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario just below the International Bridge with the St. Marys rapids flowing through it. This island is Whitefish Island that is a short walk across the Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Locks. It is a historical site and was formed more than 2,000 years ago and it was an Aboriginal settlement. Trading was done on the island and was a major…
     
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