Travel: Bruce Penninsula

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A few weeks ago Scott and I (and Rory) traveled up north to Tobermory on the Bruce Peninsula. Our main reason for going was to see the grotto that I kept seeing pictures of online.

It’s no surprise I have a HUGE case of wanderlust. Travel is what makes me happiest because I like exploring new places and experiencing new things. With the wedding and being in school right now big trips are hard to come by (with the exception of our upcoming honeymoon). This is why I love lists such as “Best Places To See In Ontario” or “Amazing Trips Just Outside Of Toronto” because they round up cool things to do or see close to us. Try googling a similar list near you if you’d like to have some adventures.

This was one of the places on the list and I couldn’t wait to get there. It was a hike into the forest and then scaling some rocks but the view from the top was beautiful. It was rainy and windy when we went (it is fall after all) but it was still so cool. I can only imagine what it looks like in the summer. To get into the grotto itself we literally had to crawl into this hole between the rocks, it was a tight squeeze but when it opened up it was incredible. We couldn’t get all the way down as the water was too high, but I’m sure in the spring and summer months it would be even cooler.

Rory did amazing despite his size so it is dog friendly as well. We had to take turns climbing into the grotto because one of us stayed with him at the top. But he had a great time as well and was tired out for the trip home.

Have any of you been here? What did you think?

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