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I am retired and exploring the world on foot, by canoe and kayak. You see and experience much more this way. No luxury resorts on some tropical beach for me.
The Menzel Centennial Nature Reserve provincial park trail starts here.
There is little to no soil on this limestone bed rock.
It is a half hour walk to the end of the trail at Mud Lake.
Abandoned Methodist church. Built in 1908 in this very sparcely populated area. The double entrances on the front is unique.
The start of a 300 m. long board walk through a wet area known as a fen. Bogs are acetic, fens are in limestone areas and have alkaline water. Neither have many other nutrients and thus have distinctive vegetation.
The northern board walk, 150 m. long, 1.5 m. wide.
First skin of ice on Mud Lake, November 6.
Board walk through a wooded wet land. Pitcher plants can be seen here.
The fen, with a few stunted trees. The key thing about fens and bogs is the lack of vital nutrients for plants in the water.
Upland trail at Menzel Centenial Provincial Nature Reserve.
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