Project pic-a-day hit a snag the first week, I missed yesterday. So today here are 2 pics in celebration of my love for the outdoors where I live in southwestern Ontario.
Road trip shots – Thanksgiving weekend (in Canada that’s in early October) in the Muskoka region – glorious sunshine for a visit to Arrowhead Provincial Park near Huntsville, Ontario.
The lake was calm and the trees were colourful; I love autumn.
If you have any comments or questions about travels in Ontario, I’d love to hear from you.
Safe travels and happy journeys.
For today’s ‘1 pic a day’ project segment:
Thanksgiving road trip to North Bay, ON – hiked to this lookout in Restoule Provincial Park. Lots of other lake viewers there, beautiful warm day.
It’s a beautiful world, I love the outdoors.
Happy travels and safe journeys.
Blogiverse, sorry, I’ve neglected you. New project, aiming for 1 a day photo of this natural world in which I reside, southwestern Ontario, per day. So, here is today.
See you soon, any comments or questions welcome.
Safe travels and happy journeys.
Wishing you all the best for a happy and prosperous 2016.
As I move through the last of autumn and into early winter photos, it is clear that there was very little snow this past few months. I prefer my southwestern Ontario with no snow, thank you, nature.
No matter the season, I love to get outdoors and always am on the lookout for photograph material. As I write, the temps are moving down from 6 degrees celsius, the wind is picking up, and a winter storm is moving in from the southwest.
Only 50 days ’til March!
Now for some shots of my outdoors fun the past few weeks.
That catches me up – watch for more as the weeks go by.
Until then, happy journeys and safe travels.
Not much gives me more pleasure than walking on forest paths and sandy beaches in my home region of southwestern Ontario. Our autumn was wonderfully non-snowy this year, so I had lots of opportunities to get out there and enjoy. Now, to the photos of my adventures.
Wishing you all a happy and prosperous 2016. My 2015 had ups and downs (who’s didn’t?), but as per my usual m.o., it had many hikes in southwestern Ontario. I’m an hour’s drive from Lakes Erie and Huron, so getting to them is a priority. Here’s a few pics from my recent outings.
I can’t believe the time gone by since my last post – sorry to neglect this, but the rest of my life got in the way. I promised more winter shots, but that’s not going to happen. I’ll get some recent outdoor fun place pics up today and try to get back for more another time.
All set? Thanksgiving in Toronto, road trips around southwestern Ontario and yes, some fall colour.
If you have any comments or questions, I’d love to hear from you.
Wishing you safe travels and happy journeys.
THIS POLL IS CLOSED, ALL PICS DELETED.
Too many pics on the blog, space is now a premium. Please help me decide which shots to delete permanently. Have a look at the pics and vote for 2 to save, thanks! If you choose to save more than 2, that’s ok, go ahead.
I’m going to do a few of these polls and your advice, vote and comments are entirely welcome.
In my recent 2 Days to Spring post, I took you back to late fall and early winter 2014. I spoke too soon and missed putting up some earlier travels to catch you up with my southwestern Ontario fav places blog.
So, though you may be hungering for the previously promised ‘up next’ January and February 2015 pics, ha! You are denied. It’s October and early November 2014 here instead.
True winter is over soon, will get to my virtual winter later.
Photos are a Lake Erie north shore road trip and a jaunt to Pinery Provincial Park.
Travel in southwestern Ontario during the fall offers many great picture taking gems. There are decent trails to hike and small town restaurants to discover.
In summer, the beaches are excellent for swimming and sun-worship at both Long Point and Port Burwell on Lake Erie and Pinery on Lake Huron.
In the fall, all of these parks, plus many more Great Lakes outdoors spots, provide birders with many viewing opportunities as the regions are on flyways for birds heading south for the winter.
Here are the pictures, there are many. I hope you get even one tiny part of the happiness viewing them that I get from being in these wonderful outdoor places.
Next up: really, January and February. Wishing you safe travels and happy journeys