View from Point Clark.
Anticipating Summer to come.
This old wrinkler has texture and memories. And it is still doing its job keeping out the weather!
This is Larry’s garage.
The curator has been farming for many years. Memories of many of his experiences are housed in this building.
I passed through Field on Saturday afternoon to visit a little craft festival nearby. The hamlet has seen better times but still hangs on. One casualty is this restaurant building which I suppose is just waiting for demolition, judging from the missing hydro meter and the decaying foundation.
Good food and good times happened here but life goes on, leaving warm memories in its wake.
Still, it’s sad when these changes happen.
Cycle of Life, I guess.
Cruisin’ Downtown: 2013 North Bay DIA Annual Car Show
Main Street had two full blocks of classic cars and motorcycles on show this past Saturday.
Some remarkable restorations and memories were on display.
Saint Joseph’s Hospital served the City of North Bay for many years. It and Civic Hospital were combined into a new modern facility on the edge of town. Both buildings, now empty, await demolition.
Shortly, the structure will exist only in memories, along with the good work that was done there.
A “quick and dirty” way to make a little stool from a piece of poplar.
The kids were lined up to buy these for a nominal cost.
There’s a lot to see at The Powassan Maple Syrup Festival.
Let your mind play with the memories.
Or invent a fishing story.