We've crossed the big lake (Huron) and big bay (Georgian) and worked our way down through some beautiful anchorages to Severn and the start of the Trent-Severn Waterway which will take us to Lake Ontario.
Georgian Bay is amazing. The waters are dotted with islands, mostly made up of granite rock, some with trees and some just bare, many with delightful cottages built upon them. It has the same vegetation as the Boundary Waters in northern Minnesota and the Adirondacks. We've heard loons and found some pink lady slippers (the state flower of MN!).
We had dinner on Tuesday night at Henry's Fish Restaurant - we were the only ones there till two fishermen arrived late.
The weather's been good and everything is working well: boat and crew. Sally