Leaving Thunder Bay on Trans-Canada Hwy 17, we were finally heading in the general direction of home. During the next two days, we traveled over the north shore of Lake Superior – one of the most scenic routes we’ve ever driven. Here is one vista from a lookout area that we stopped at for Buster and Ty’s first exercise break.
The Trans-Canada Highway has interesting road signs to warn motorists about moose crossings …
and hundreds of intricate stone stackings made by hitchikers that re-create trail markers made by native Indians.
Before stopping to spend the night at a Travelodge (we started calling it Travelodge-a to give it some panache) in Marathon, we walked Buster and Ty at Aguasabon Falls in Terrace Bay.
The next day, we stopped at dog friendly Batchawana Bay’s dog friendly beach where the boys got a much-deserved beach break.
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