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I started day 2 at Flora Bora with a canoe ride on the little lake next to the property. It's the perfect size for activities like this and it was a perfect day for a paddle. The water was like glass, which produced the prettiest reflection of the sky. And, best of all, we didn't tip! Flora Bora is happy to lend out their canoe eqipment to their guests.


Flora Bora has 2 awesome retro bikes that they lend out to guests as well. They have the most comfortable seats ever! I took a ride down to Sunnyside Beach, which is on Emma Lake. It was about a 10-minute bike ride. When we got there we had a picnic lunch, another service they are happy to provide to guests.


The buildings are beautiful throughout the resort village of Waskesiu. There are all sorts of shops and restaurants to check out. Everything is in very close proximity, so it's so easy to get from the beach to your hotel, cabin or campsite. Waskesiu Golf Course is also open to the public and in great shape.


What a great way to explore Waskesiu! You'll see these unique bikes scooting throughtout the town. They can be rented near the Visitor Information Centre, and it seems like a popular way to get around...or to just enjoy the sunshine.


On my way back to Prince Albert, I stopped by Land of the Loon Resort. It's just a few minutes drive off the Highway #2 in between Waskesiu and Prince Albert. This is a great loaction for vacations and conferences, with spacious meeting rooms and a gorgeous view of Anglin Lake.


Land of the Loon Resort is also a great place to stop of a meal. The Snail's Pace Dining Room is located in the main building and can accommodated individuals and groups. I love the details in the restaurant, very relaxing, especially because it too overlooks the lake.



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