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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.
Treachery. The Ivy Lea bridge currently has about 2 million vehicles use it per year. It was opened in Aug 18, 1938 by Prime Minister Mackenzie King and President Roosevelt. It takes 7 years to paint it from end to end, then they start over again.
Dozens of swans and thousands of geese inhabit the waters around Wolfe Island until winter freeze up. These geese are in Canada, that is the USA in the background. Ocean freighters ply these waters from April to December.
This is the north channel of the St.Lawrence River, 150 m. wide, and 53 m. deep here. (175 feet deep)
The main Howe Island municipal cable ferry. It uses 2 steel cables to pull the ferry across the Bateau Channel. No one has to steer, it is always tied to the dock.
You can launch your boat here, or go for a kayak expedition in the islands.
A marina and the tall ship "Mist of Avalon" in Ivy Lea.
The water out from this mansion is 77 m. (254 ft.) deep.
One of many new large houses along this shore.
Dawson Point dock on Wolfe Island in winter
Close up of Cathcart Redoubt on Cedar Island.
This interesting array of floats always slow down boat traffic here. That is a full size ogre on the dock.
The east Howe Island municipal cable ferry carries 3 cars. It operated all year, even when the river is frozen.
A beautiful splash pad for kids in the summer.
One of many tour boats in the Thousand Islands.
Every kid needs their own private ice berg to climb and slide off.
Cedar Island, part of the Thousand Island National Parks. It has a sheltered cove and sturdy docks for boats.
Wolfe Island ferry passes Royal Military College
Cathcart Redoubt and Fort Henry in the distance.
A small sea cave about 5 m. deep in sand stone.
There are many shoals and hidden rocks in the Thousand Islands that can wreck a boat if you are not very careful.
The Ivy Lea bridge currently has about 2 million vehicles use it per year. It was opened in Aug 18, 1938 by Prime Minister Mackenzie King and President Roosevelt. It takes 7 years to paint it from end to end, then they start over again.
A house with style. Note the waterfall at the lower right.
Grass Creek Park with a clean beach for the kids. There is also the wood working museum, boat launch and annual sheep dog trials.
Black and White
Bon Echo Provincial Park
Celtic stone fences
Charleston Lake Provincial Park
Depot Creek Reserve
Frontenac Provincial Park
Highway No.2 Ont.
houses of interest
Inca Trail Peru
K P Hiking Trail
Little Cat Con Area
Menzel Nature Reserve
Mile stones Hwy # 2
One room school-house
Opinicon Lake - Rideau Trails
Prince Edward Cty.
Sheffield Con. Area.
Sir John A. McDonald
Stellar Sea Lions
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