No Bears, oh my…

If you ever want to experience a most spiritual journey into a time long ago, please visit Algonquin Park where the wind howls through the trees, the loons call through the day and most nights, and the droppings are there to analyze just what kind of animal is living around the campsite.  For us, it was moose, no Bears!  Of course, we all know they are there living quietly in the distance waiting for the humans to leave and see what is left behind for fodder.  We left our campsite better than when we found it, thanks to my loving husband.  No garbage was left, no bottles of any sort, and wood for the next group to enjoy.  My sister, husband and I had a most spiritual journey canoeing out on our last day.  The temperature dropped dramatically through the night and the wind howled upon arising.  As we canoed home it blew us towards our destination; the mist flowed along the lake, seemingly, in front of us leading the way home.  It was dark and soon to be stormy.  A loon followed us for awhile, another flew overhead and we saw families of loons on the two lakes out and finally a family of mergansers playfully enjoying the lake.  What a signal from above we lived our weekend well and respectfully on Ralph Bice Lake.  Oh yes, and to the bongo players, thanks for reminding us of the passion we humans have for living.

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