The videos were terrific. They had a statue of the famous Boston Herald picture of Orr hovering above the ice.
They had a very cool hockey game to play; I beat John 2-0. There were two games that were the most fun. One the goalie was on the screen and you shot at him. It recorded your speed and whether or not you could score on the goalie. John scored on him twice.
There was a game to practice accuracy in shooting by playing tic tac toe. I have no accuracy.
After the Hall of Fame, I walked around Parry. Just last month, they erected a statue to Francis Pegahmagbow from the Shawanga First Nation. The history of this Chief was written in three languages.
I walked up the nature and exercise trail passed the Canadian Coast Guard station for all of Georgian Bay. It was huge but did not allow visitors.
|Buoy at Coast Guard Station|
|Guard House at Coast Guard Station|
I walked out to the end of rock outcrop and got this picture of the vegetation trying to take hold in the rock.
Downtown had many nice shops. Like Midland, Parry had two murals that depicted their history of logging and trains.
Looking back to the harbor was a view of the train trestle.
At dinner, I got this picture of a train going over the trestle.
Tomorrow, we plan to anchor out at night on our way to Britt, Ontario. We may or may not have the ability to blog.
Lat 45 degrees 20.21 North
Long 80 2.40 West