After a night of camping under the stars, our backs sore and eyes sleepy we quickly ate breakfast and got ready to depart the Lake Charleston campsite. There was lots more to see and we weren’t about to sit around any longer!
Gananoque is described as the gateway to the Thousand Islands and is a small but quaint town, it has a few interesting boutiques and a little coffee shop with a huge old fashioned cash register. It is just for show but pretty non the less. From our Lake Charleston campsite, Gananoque was only a half and hour ride away and the reason we came was to catch a river ‘cruise’ to tour the famed 1000 Islands.
Now if you are anything like me, I was brought up on TV programs that consisted of home D.I.Y, interiors and how to sell your house type shows. All of which have made me extremely nosey regarding other peoples castles! If this is you, then you will want to take this boat tour!
It was an especially beautiful hot day, one that just calls to be out on the water. So here are several photos of our time there if you would like to see.