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The two RV Gypsies
In Nipigon, Ontario, Canada
June 25, 2013

While the two RV Gypsies were driving from Terrace Bay and Rainbow Falls to Nipigon, Karen took a few photos through the windshield of their moving RV just because the scenery was so beautiful.

beautiful travel scenery
beautiful travel scenery
beautiful travel scenery

Nipigon is located 90 kilometers east of Thunder Bay, at the Crossroads of Canada, where Highways 11 and 17 meet. The Nipigon River Bridge is the only link joining east and west on the Trans-Canada Highway. Nipigon Marina is located at the most northerly point on Nipigon Bay. A well-marked channel leads to a harbour with a marina that can accommodate vessels of all sizes..

Karen Duquette at the Nipigon sign
sign about Nipigon Nylons
laughing dude clipartthe two RV Gypsies in their Nipigon Nylons

Nipigon is well known for the world's largest speckled trout, caught in the Nipigon River just below Rabbit Falls in July of 1916. Dr. Cook reeled in the big one, 14 pounds 8 ounces - 31 inches long and 18 inches around. Guess that inspired this big fish at the Nipigon Welcome Center that is biting Lee's arm.

a big fish biting Lee Duquette's arm sign about the World Famous Nipigon River

The Nipigon Welcome Center suggested that the two RV Gypsies drive through Red Rock, so they did. But the only thing they saw there of interest was the welcome sign. Many stores were permanently closed in Red Rock.

Welcome to Red Rock sign
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in Nipigon, Ontario, Canada and surrounding areas
June 25 - 26, 2013

You may visit these six sites in any order you choose.

Nipigon Welcome Center

Birch Point

Eagle Canyon Suspension Bridges

Ouimet Canyon

Alexander Dam

Split Rock Trail

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go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesAFTER you have seen all six sections above, please continue on to Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada; and the Sleeping Giant, the amazing Kakabeka Falls, a lighthouse, deer, and more