Manitoulin Island was a lot bigger than we expected. We crossed the water of Georgian bay by ferry back to Tobermory.
This is the first time that we visited the A.Y. Jackson lookout. The fall colours provided a very nice frame for the spectacular Onaping Falls!!
We tented for two nights at Killarney and were so impressed with the gorgeous landscape.
We walked half of Merv's Landing trail at Point Grondine. Plenty of interpretive signs to teach us more about Anishinabek culture.
We were brand new immigrants in 1995 and owned a very old secondhand car that we had bought for C$800. We looked at the map and decided to drive around Georgian Bay. We had no idea how big and uninhabited Canada really is!!
My niece put a sheaf of wheat on my Dad's his casket... He was buried in South-Africa's soil on October 1, 2021.
I enjoyed the show of fall colours on this trail! The rolling landscape varies often between forests and farmland with plenty rivers in between.
45.4 - 55.2 When I planned today's hike two weeks ago, I wasn't sure that the weather would play along. The nastier weather came through two days early and tomorrow there is a new weather system brewing. It turns out today is the perfect day to go out after all! We drive through fog for… Continue reading Bayview Escarpment Provincial Nature Reserve – July 28, 2021
My experience of the isolation of 2020 as an immigrant and transit operator.
We are walking all the sections between Owen Sound and Meaford that I skipped last weekend, except for the Bayview Escarpment Nature Reserve.