This morning we toured Fort William with a 1and 1/2 hour guided tour of the large fur trading fort. This Park is a re-creation of the North West Company’s impressive inland headquarters, named after Chief Director William McGillivray. The Fort is the hub of the Nor’Wester fur trade, allowing for the transfer of tons of furs and trade goods in one season, bringing together hundreds of fur traders for the annual Rendezvous. There are over 42 authentic, reconstructed buildings, including the artisan area, a working farm and Native Camp
Then we got on the road and traveled to Schreiber, Ontario to stop for the night.