We left Niagara at 5:00am to start our leg to Little Current. We wanted to avoid the Toronto traffic and even leaving that early there was a bit we encountered, but we didn't lose any time. Once you get out of the city it is real country traveling up north. Towns are far apart and services can be scarce, so planning fuel stops is definitely in order, especially since we use diesel and are trailering a boat. This gives us a total length of 58 feet. You just can't get into any station and you don't want to be on the wrong side of the pump. Usually Jess will get out before we enter the station and scout out the location of the pump and then guide me in.
So after launching the boat, provisioning and then repositioning to the town docks, we are relaxing after a great dinner at the local restaurant called the Anchor Inn.