The mouth of the Lavase River at Lake Nipissing.
From this point the Voyageurs of the early Canada fur trade crossed Lake Nipissing and began the trip down the French River to Lake Huron.
The eventual destination was Western Canada where the goods they were carrying were exchanged for furs.
The horizon of Lake Nipissing holds the promise of change.
The North shore of Lake Nipissing in late March.
Roy’s Rock in the foreground.
Saint Joseph’s Motherhouse in the background.
Another two or three weeks may see the Lake ice-free.
Waiting for the ice to melt on Lake Nipissing.
As the ice recedes on Lake Nipissing, warmer days hint at summer skies.
Looking toward the West on Lake Nipissing.
On the shore of Lake Nipissing.
Winter is just getting started on Lake Nipissing.
The ice is deemed safe enough for the winter fishing to begin.
Snow machine tracks signal activity as do the footprints.
The fishing hut population will increase.
Another Winter Season begins.
Lake Nipissing has many moods.
Late in November come days when the wind is calm, the sky is tranquil and the light is wonderful.
This is the “waiting” time of year.
Quiet anticipation of events to come is in the air.
In Summer, the kids swim off this rock at Sunset Point on Lake Nipissing.
These days, not so much action.
The ice will be here soon.
Windy day on Lake Nipissing, Marathon Beach.
Lake Nipissing from “The Rock”.
Summer on Lake Nipissing.
The South Shore of Lake Nipissing on a warm August afternoon.