A languid morning on the Waterfront.
Another popular waterfall in the area is Duchesnay Falls, photographed probably at least a million times.
This seems to turning into Waterfall Week!
The Wasi River drops over the rocks in its last half mile rush before it enters Lake Nipissing.
They are much maligned as an ugly little plant. But there are some redeeming qualities.
Especially in large groups. (“I wandered lonely as a cloud…?”)
North Bay’s Railway Heritage waits patiently on its own little siding.
Looking a bit forlorn these days, Engine 503 will eventually find a home on the waterfront.
The North Bay DIA held a spectacular Classic Car show this past Saturday and I found myself reliving parts of my teen years.
Leaves on a bush in North Bay’s Waterfront Gardens emerging to add to the taste of Spring.
The lone tulip surrounded by all the yellow may develop some kind of complex.
The gardens on the Waterfront are just beginning to bloom. Early tulips and Daffodils will be followed shortly with many other of the wonderful mix of plants that theVolunteer Gardeners care for.
North Bay was founded as a Railway Town and it still is. For now.
The blue locomotive in the foreground was part of the Northlander Train but has been out of service for some years now.
If I recall correctly the locomotive and cars were in use in Europe before being acquired by the ONR and brought to North America in the mid-70’s.
The tulips are blooming in Sweetman’s Garden.
New growth emerges in the Spring.
Near Circle Lake a few steps off Wallace Road.