Best time of the year to be in the bush.
The snow is solid and one can walk just about anywhere.
It’s almost like being let out for recess!
Late Winter with lots of solid ice still in the Lake.
These oak leaves have hung in the winter snow, cold and wind since Autumn.
Soon they will fall.
Many snowmobiles pass this way when going to Lake Nipissing.
Winter Ice on Lake Nipissing.
A walk through the bush in early March.
Being out in “lousy weather” is the way to experience life.
Winter comes to Lee’s Creek.
Snow surrounds an old cedar stump.
Winter is sending a signal.
Early snow looking North toward the escarpment.
Winter’s blanket creeps over Lee’s Creek.
Early Winter Comes To Four Mile Lake Road.
Laurentian Ski Hill is a local gem in our town.
Late afternoon on a winter day can produce fond memories.