No offense Phoebe, but you are too small to hang out in when it's raining. Add a couple wet dogs to the mix and we are ready to explore.
First we decided to head about 18 km south from Seba Beach to Tomahawk. Who wouldn't want to visit a place called Tomahawk?! Tomahawk has a really nice welcome sign (with geese, not a tomahawk) but it was a bit far from the road so, no photo.
Since our visit, I've learned a bit about the hamlet. The population is 65. Here's a little history from Wikipedia "During the fall of 1902 lumberjacks Ed Martin, Chas. (Charles) Lindell, John Kelly, and John L. Croppley scouted along an old pack trail for land. They returned with reports of good land. In March 1903 the first European settlers arrived, traveling along the same trail. In July of the same year the first woman arrived. The original building for Tomahawk School was constructed in 1909."
So there you have it. We saw a few businesses but of course the hotel with the Dog Gone Saloon...cold beer and hot women...Were to Busy Having fun-fun-fun-fun... takes the tomahawk!
We headed back north past Seba Beach and decided to stop at the 9 Iron Grill at the Pineridge Golf Resort for late breakfast. The restaurant is really nice and breakfast was delicious.
The rain stopped and we decided to check out the Dragonfly Festival in Wabamun. Wabamun has owned the dragonfly. They have the biggest in the world.
We walked around a bit and checked out the sites.
Before heading home drove around the Wabamun provincial campground. We stopped at the store and received a message from Smokey.
Mellissa & James live in Edmonton, Alberta and enjoy exploring. Currently our Airstream is parked at a seasonal site about an hour from our home.