We transferred my new microwave from Martha's compartment back to Harvee Too, used the provincial park's dumping station and were truly homeward bound shortly after 8:00. We stopped in Renfrew to give Martha back her food we were keeping in our freezer. (Her freezer was full of lobster!) We said our good-byes as Martha turned in a more southwesterly direction and we continued on hwy 60. We made a comfort stop on Golden Lake, drove through Algonquin Park, stopped at a picnic area for lunch and made two stops in Huntsville for groceries and gas, $200 @ $1.26.6 / litre.
We pulled into Dunromin around 2:30. It looked like an abandoned property; the pasture grass was knee high. We may have escaped the black flies but the mosquitoes were ferocious, impossible to escape as we unloaded the motor home.
We motored 357 km, making our total for the trip 5309 km.
Footnote: I synced my Fitbit and learned I had walked the length of Japan.