Many places in the world are famous as destinations. Many are indeed, spectacular.
North Bay need not take a back seat to anyone.
This is what we’ve got.
Time to start selling again.
There is a place near North Bay where Duchesnay Creek finds its way down the escarpment in a series of jumps.
This is one drop and landing for the water.
I got up early the other day.
Doesn’t happen often, but it was worth it.
It’s early days and the Waterfront Gardens are not very active. The cold and snowy start to the month of May has slowed growth significantly.
Nonetheless, several hardy plants were active yesterday in the midst of flying snowflakes.
Eye catcher on Main Street.
June in Champlain Park, North Bay.
Canoes in the fur trade passed by this spot for 150 years on their way to and from Western Canada.
Looking East on Four Mile Bay, Trout Lake after a night-time snowfall.
Yesterday’s snow-coated trees on One Mile Bay.
Cedars and snow at Portage Park.
Cold winds are working on chilling the lake.
One or two cold calm nights and the ice will form.
The skies over Lake Nipissing are subtly spectacular in the middle of the day.
This view from the North Bay Waterfront a couple of days ago.
Now encased in concrete never to sail again, the “Old Chief” has been turned into a pleasant and unique restaurant.
A great spot to stop for refreshment on the North Bay Waterfront.