We lived at the farm the first year we were married, then we purchased the home next door…. I’ve always loved this barn, and all its beauty.
This old abandoned home is on Hwy 17 just west of Blind River. It would have been a waterfront home before the TransCanada came between the two
Captured this shot at the Village at Blue Mountain.
A rainy day at the cottage, one must find things to do… it rains less under trees… so go find things to shoot! Hence this, and many more mushrooms.
If only we knew which ones are edible… there are so many of them out there. At least we can enjoy their beauty
Although the fisherman are having difficulties…. this osprey was successful.. right in front of us!!
But how on earth did he catch it upside down??!!
Couldn’t resist stopping to get a few shots of the rail near Jocko Pt
Pretty soon, small square bales will no longer be… they are a lot more labour intensive, but make much nicer pictures than a tractor spitting out a large round bale!