Hubby and I played tourist and went to the Midland area. First we toured the Keewatin, an old CPR passenger ship that was recently towed back to Port McNicholl, its home port--at a cost of several million dollars. Now it's a museum and very, very interesting. At one point we were greeted by live grand piano music! Would highly recommend this trip into the past. You can almost see the ladies in their flapper dresses parading down the hallways. Sorry, my pictures are still on the camera.
Next we went to Ste. Marie-Among-the-Hurons at Midland. Not my first visit, but I was amazed at how much they accomplished in the space of only 10 years so many years ago before it was all burned to the ground. The documentary shown before you enter the actual area gives a very fair viewpoint from both the white and the native side. It wasn't all good and it wasn't all bad. Go check out some history.
Then we went on a 30,000 Island Cruise. The weather was pristine--sunny, light breeze, no humidity. What a grand way to spend two days!