A wild flurry of activity engulfs a calm collection of buildings and trees.
A recent all day snowfall reminds me why one lives in the North.
It is fashionable among many to “hate” snow and wish it gone.
I find it impossible to align their thinking with the calm and delicacy I see here.
Not covered by the winter snow yet.
I Suppose You Are All Wondering Why I Have Called You Here Today.
Taking a very dim view of things.
What’s that over there?
You and Whose Army?
Last Summer was busy and vibrant with greenery and flowers.
Evidence of this is still with us.
The Lavase River was used to transport furs from the West to Montreal.
Northwest Company canoes passed this spot in Spring and Fall from 1779 to 1821.
Up ahead just around the corner, is Lake Nipissing.
The view from my cellar door after fresh snow has fallen.
The ice on One Mile Bay is safe to walk on.
A sunny Sunday afternoon is a very pleasant time to get some exercise.
Snowmobiles in large numbers create a highway on the ice of the lake.
Walking is easy on the hard packed surface.
The contrail is an unusual sight these days.
Winter On Callander Bay.
When the ice forms for the winter, Callander Bay sprouts Ice Huts and Ice Fisherpersons.