I’m just discovering Laurier Woods. It is a marvellous place.
Easily accessible, popular with birders and walkers (alone and with children and/or pets), the opportunity of get out in the bush and experience the joy is one of the neat things about living in North Bay.
Little things like this birch group present themselves around every corner.
A true gem.
North Bay is blessed with an alpine ski hill situated inside town. The hill has been operating for over 50 years and has provided recreational opportunities for North Bay people, and at least two World Champions have grown up here and learned their craft.
Today was a busy day at the hill.
People having Great Fun on a gorgeous winter day.
As part of the Waterfront Development Project fundraising, a pergola was built.
The structure is a meeting and resting place for those visiting the waterfront features. The leaves commemorate the people of North Bay.
It is an interesting gateway to the wonders of North Bay’s Waterfront.
The play equipment in Lee Park waits for the flood to recede.
One of the more beautiful places on Whistler Mountain.