(These lucky anglers recently spent a few days at Pine Portage Lodge as the guests of Fishing 411 TV. The episode featuring Pine Portage Lodge and Big Kaby Lake will air on World Fishing Network early in 2016. ) Betty Watson McGie runs one of the oldest and most respected fishing lodges in Ontario's Algoma Country. Her father Dick Watson Sr., started thebusiness in 1945 after returning home from WW II. A fighter pilot in…
Published in Snowmobiling
Will the winter of 2015-2016 be just as good, if not better, than the two previous winters in Ontario? We’re about to find out.  We’ve just had two exceptional seasons that stretched from early December to mid-April. The snowmobile industry in Ontario is in an upswing with more of us taking advantage of the true Canadian winter weather. It’s fact that both new and used snowmobile sales sky rocketed last year, we saw riders buy…
I look anxiously at my sister, my niece and her Brazilian boyfriend. We are all feeling a little nervous – but grinning from ear to ear as the noise from the plane engine grows louder and louder. “Don’t worry, you’ve got the perfect day for flying” says the Georgian Bay Airways pilot as the 5-seat Found Bush Hawk float plane skims along the crystal clear waters in the Parry Sound harbor.  Georgian Bay has always…
The Sylvan Circle Tour is celebrating its 15th Anniversary this September 19, 2015 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. It is a 100 km route through the beautiful East Algoma countryside. This year, sixty-one artists and artisans will be showcasing their talents at eleven community centres and three studios. Seven locations will have food and beverages available. See the Sylvan Circle Map The Sylvan Circle Tour has developed a new website this year. The organizing…
The Algoma Arts Festival Association is the presenter of the Algoma Fall Festival, a multi-disciplinary arts celebration held each year in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada in October. The Festival maintains a range of programming that includes music, theatre, dance and the visual arts. The Association also delivers the Festival of Learning; an extensive arts outreach and education program. The Association was incorporated in 1972 and celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2012. The Algoma Fall Festival wishes…
Published in Boating
I awoke on Sunday morning to the sunlight twinkling through my blinds and the birds chirping softly through my window. My alarm clock read 7:00am and started blasting away from somewhere across the room. This isn’t how I want to start a Sunday morning. Then my brain awoke, the fog cleared I remembered that we were heading up to my parents place in McKellar for a day of Sea-Dooing, kayaking and lounging on the beach. I’m…
Published in Boating
The great lakes and major waterways of Ontario are known to be some of the finest freshwater cruising grounds in the world, and consequently are generally quite busy. But there is a lesser known lake that shares a border with Quebec and Ontario that offers something completely different without sacrificing key amenities like great marinas, full service accommodations and top-notch restaurants along the way. Sunset on Lake Temiskaming Although this place is thought of as…
Published in Thunder Bay
Red Rock is a picturesque little town about an hour’s drive east of Thunder Bay, nestled between low mountain vistas and the rugged shore of Lake Superior on Nipigon Bay. It makes a great day trip from the city for families with young kids, hiking enthusiasts and anyone looking for a pleasant afternoon on the lake. The town was established in the 1930s with a booming lumber industry that remained its lifeblood until the mill…
I never go anywhere on Ruby without my camera. You never know who you might bump into in a Timmy’s parking lot or when you just might happen to stumble across the perfect backdrop for a photo of your ride.  You’re the same… admit it. And since you are, it’s time to start sharing some of the best you’ve captured (or are going to capture) in 2015. Announcing the ‘What A Ride’ 2015 photo contest. …
Published in Thunder Bay
The Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area has installed two pairs of the Parks Canada Red Chairs in beautiful locations that allow you to connect with the lake, and enjoy the stunning views and landscapes at the Top of Lake Superior! What are the Parks Canada Red Chairs? The Parks Canada Red Chair Experience began two years ago when our friends at Gros Morne National Park installed 18 sets of chairs around their park to…
     
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