August 14, 2011 - Algonquin Park, Canada
When we have the chance of some more days off we visited Algonquin National Park further North. Mostly trees, lakes and paths. We felt obliged to take a quick trip on a canoe. But after 15 minutes paddling and unable to find the sails we turned back.
We walked some of the shorter trals in the park and enjoyed the views. The weather was mostly kind, apart from when we put the top down on the car or went for a walk.
We stayed in a lovely log cabin on the lake.
Visited the logging museum and learned all we needed to know about chopping down trees in Canada. Could wait to get back and start up the chain saw.
The drive was always enjoyable.
The scenery peaceful.
Enjoying the speed boat
When we have time we like to go for a spin in the boat. Although its nice to be back on the water bouncing along at speed with all that noise does not compare to the tranquillity and serenity of drifting along under the power of the wind alone.