After having lunch in the cafeteria, we all went outside to see the beautiful view on the lookout deck. Algonquin Park spread out before us in a sea of greens and browns, off in the distance a river could be seen along an expanse of grass bordered on all sides by trees. I stood, looking at what nature is capable of and let my breath mingle with the air being released by hundred year old trees. Just outside the comfort of this man-made structure was the wilderness, and I was just a little speck of dust. My mom grabbed a photograph of me and the babe, then one of our little family unit (which we later found out she was also filming while taking the photographs, what a pro). We all agreed it was time to go hiking on one of the trails.
After the long day we came back to the cottage for some good food, good company, and a little bit of rest. All in all, it was a trip worth taking. Below is some black spruce, which my mom found very intriguing.
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