The Chief is back and working hard.
The Chief is a catamaran which is a unique design for cruise boat on a “small” lake.
The people who took the cruise last Sunday really enjoyed it. So they said when interviewed.
Deegan’s Antiques displays neat arrangements of elderly items.
The trail from the Parking Garage passes through the Walkway Canyon.
The journey ends at Main Street in colourful surroundings.
The crown of the sculpture which acts as the gnomon of the sundial on the Waterfront.
It is always looking out on Lake Nipissing in good weather and bad.
I think of it as an observer of, or caretaker for the Lake.
The debut of a new leaf.
May it have a happy summer!
This past Friday afternoon on Main Street.
Can’t resist them!
For a little while longer.
Too cold to play golf today so research on the net for photoshop techniques found a nice tutorial.
Here’s a neat line drawing variation for this morning’s Hungry Gull posting.
Lots of fun!
And I’m still even par!
It’s a cold wet rainy May day on the waterfront.
Nobody’s around and I’m hungry.
At the end of Cranberry Trail is Lake Nipissing.
Good reward for the walk.
We visited Cranberry Trail in Callander for the first time in a year or so. It is as wonderful now as it was the last time we were there.
What a unique place!
We are lucky to have people who thought ahead and worked to provide the opportunity to experience close-up the wonderful North that we live in.
Two ground floor windows in the old Belmont Hotel building are octagonal.
Would this qualify as an example of Art Deco architecture?
The tulips are also showing off in Sweetman’s Garden in North Bay.
Soon the lupins will be along!
A bunch of photos from the Ottawa Tulip Festival.
The tulip festival provided great colour.