On the lake in front of our place there is a good deal of traffic. Each track can be used to make a bit of a story.
Or used to do some detective work.
The snowmobile tracks on Trout Lake appear to be chasing infinity.
A second view of the Redbridge Snackbar.
By the newly paved Highway 63 in Redbridge, this vehicle is parked for the winter.
“We all live in a yellow submarine…”, will now play over and over in my head for the rest of the day.
Jack’s sugar shack is resting until the sap starts running.
Then the gentle processing of maple syrup will begin.
Friends live on a bush property nearby and make a trail with the four-wheeler for cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
Lovely place to be on a calm winter day.
The horse is away being boarded for the winter. The paddock is quiet.
A walk in the bush at a friends property revealed this delicate beauty.
This “ghost” appeared in the bush the other day.
Walking the other day in the bush near our place.
These leaves are still hanging around:
January can make one forget what Summer is like. Here is a reminder.
Now stop shivering!
A second view of the little bridge near our place.
This bridge also looks good covered in snow.
Winter is kind of a neat time.
There is a trail near our house that changes from season to season. Winter walks here are quiet and beautiful.