Do you love gardens?
If you're an avid gardener, or even just a wanna-be with a brown thumb, then the Garden Room is the room you should consider booking when you’re coming to 40 Bay Street Bed & Breakfast.
Not only does this room have a spectacular view of the perennial flower and vegetable gardens, but it has a private deck accessed through sliding glass doors to get a fantastic view of the gardens. The deck has two lounging chairs, as well as a table with umbrella and two folding chairs. Shady in the mornings and sunny in the afternoons, it is a great place to savour that first cup of tea or coffee in the morning, enjoy a glass of wine in the afternoon, and an excellent location to unwind at the end of the day.
Parry Sound offers rail fans a great opportunity to get some great views of trains.
Here are 10 places to check out the rails and watch the trains go by:
This is a guest post by Joyce Stankiewicz, who always creates stories describing her travels and agreed to share this one with our blog readers.
Sister Lois and I have not been away overnight for a couple of years – last year, it was day trips as we were both so busy.
This year we decided to explore more of our north country and took the scenic route to our destination of Parry Sound. Lois drove and I navigated – it worked well.
As we neared our destination, we saw various sizes of Inuksuk placed on the rocks beside the highway. They are Inuit Cultural landmarks which tell the direction for travelers.
Since it was too early to check in to our unique bed and breakfast - 40 Bay Street Bed & Breakfast -we drove around, ate the best pickerel bits and calamari at Trappers’ Choice Restaurant which was recommended from staff at the dock when we picked up our tickets for the Island Queen cruise the next day.
Many overseas guests have heard about our " Indian summer" and think it refers to a warm and sunny stretch of weather in the fall. For most of us in Canada, we think of it sunny, warm weather typically in late October or early November, after the leaves have turned following an onset of frost but before the first snowfall.
This year has been a bit different - October was unseasonably warm. this meant some of my flowering plants - the chives, my rose at the front of the house and the spirea all bloomed for a third time this year, Then on October 27th, we received about 10 cm of snow! It didn't take long to melt, but some of the maples and tamaracks still have their leaves! It certainly made for some unique pictures, like my pansies in this picture!