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Old 05-26-2012, 11:13 PM   #1
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Hi: All... For the May 24 holiday weekend we stayed at Point Farms Prov. Pk. on Lake Huron, near Goderich Ontario. Worlds best sunsets and the camping wasn't shabby either.
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Nice sunset Alf.

How is Goderich and the surrounding area looking after the tornadoes last year? The trees behind your trailer look to have been spared.
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Nice sunset Alf.

How is Goderich and the surrounding area looking after the tornadoes last year? The trees behind your trailer look to have been spared.
Hi: Roy in TO...The hub of downtown is treeless. 1/2 of the buildings gone too!!! It was to sad for pic's.
Point Farms is 5 mi. north of town and escaped damage.
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Do you know Pembroke, Ontario? Planning a geneology trip this time next yr any suggestions would be great. Thanx
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Sleeping Giant up near Thunder Bay is one of my favourites!
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Wounderful sun set, thank you for the picture
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Sleeping Giant up near Thunder Bay is one of my favourites!
We stayed there last year. I always thought as a kid that the silhouette of the sleeping giant was a fluke of perspective, that it would look nothing like a person from up close. Wrong. It is like a huge scale model of a person. One of the trails is called the "Chest trail". Another is called the "Head trail".
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Do you know Pembroke, Ontario? Planning a geneology trip this time next yr any suggestions would be great. Thanx
Hi,

Riverside Park, city-owned and practically downtown, with a beach, right on the Ottawa River, has limited basic camping. It's a wonderful base for exploring the region.

If you happen to be there over Labour Day weekend (1st in September) they cram over 1,000 RVs into the whole park and connect temporary power and water for Fiddlefest, a wonderful old-time Step-Dancing and Fiddling competition that we attend every year.

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Just came back from Pinery. Beautiful park with multitude of hiking trails and long, nice beeches. Weather wasn't the greatest but it didn't stop some from taking a dip in Lake Huron.
We had a spot in Dunes area 4. Facilities were very clean and well maintained.
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