We had planned to take a day off in Espanola but the motel we were in was not at all comfortable and it was a rather boring location. And when we got up in the morning and checked the forecast the incoming thunderstorms weren’t predicted to arive until mid-afternoon.

All that being so, we decided to make a half day dash south to the town of Little Current on Manitoulin Island. It was a rather pretty ride, with constant elevation changes and views of forests, ponds, and various bays of Lake Huron. We made good time and were here by noon.

After riding the length of the short main street we puled up at the Anchor Inn to have lunch on their outdoor deck. We did ask our waitress about the lodging options in town and after lunch rode up the street to the one place we hadn’t passed on our way in, only to discover it was not yet open for the season.

So we came back to the Anchor Inn and ended up renting a little suite right over the bar. It’s a really nice accommodation and the bar really wasn’t that noisy. We’ve rented it for two nights and will be finally taking a day off here.



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