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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.
North America's Smallest Jail House built in 1898. It measures 4.9 m. x 6.1 m. The jail in Rodney Ontario measures 4.5 m. x 5.4 m. but the walls are thicker. Do you count the inside dimensions or the outside ones? Check it out.
Rose Harbour B+B, Haida Gwaii
Cosy old stone cottage and stone barn, with old stone fence overlooking the water. There is also a concentration of similar stone fences on the eastern end of Prince Edward County, very close to here, suggesting close links and a common origin for the settlers of these two communities.
Abandoned homestead on Amherst Island, Perhaps 150 years old, on south shore.
Bon Echo Provincial Park, log cabin, looks so natural.
This department store manikin waves to all boaters, Sadly, she did not reappear in 2013.
A house with style. Note the waterfall at the lower right.
A house with a view and lots of staris
Refugio Amazonas resort. There are no windows or screens to keep bugs, birds and monkeys out, but it was never a problem.
Skidegate Haida Language School. Built in the style of a traditional Haida house that provided shelter for a large extended family living on different levels inside. Note the heavy timber frame. They were heated with a single central fire pit. Bill Reid, their greatest modern artist restored the language, architecture, canoe and totem pole building and designed the sculpture shown on the Canadian $20 bill. He mingled freely between the Anglo elite in Toronto, and the Haida.
Poplar Dell Farm Vacation Home B&B, with old Irish/Scottish style stone fence on the water front. Note the scattering of granite heard head rocks, mingled with the limestone rock.
Lovely cottage on an island on Sand Lake.
Gazebo on the Rideau, Davis locks
The water out from this mansion is 77 m. (254 ft.) deep.
One of many new large houses along this shore.
Camden SS No. 9, an old one room school. S.S. stands for School Sections which generally served a 2 mile radius. Each had it's own school board consisting of 3 local citizens.
Refugio Amazonas, Peru
Daffodils at the dam.
Lovely waterfront home with old Irish/Scottish style stone fence. A delightful blend of the new and old in this tranquil rural setting. Note the scattering of glacial erratic boulders sitting in a limestone area with shallow soils.
Snowy Owl sits on top of the pole. There are usually a half dozen on the island every winter. They frequent open fields, fence posts and furrows in the fields on windy days.
Skeleton Lake, Cottages with a view, and lots of stairs.
Every kid needs their own private ice berg to climb and slide off.
Whitney Manor, built in 1817 of limestone. There were only about 300 houses in Kingston at that time. It would have been a full hours walk each way and a ferry ride across the Cataraqui River. It would have employed a person full time just getting enough fire wood for the winter.
Traffic must be light in Enterprise.
Black and White
Bon Echo Provincial Park
Celtic stone fences
Charleston Lake Provincial Park
Frontenac Provincial Park
houses of interest
Inca Trail Peru
K P Hiking Trail
Little Cat Con Area
Menzel Nature Reserve
Mile stones Hwy # 2
Opinicon Lake - Rideau Trails
Prince Edward Cty.
Sheffield Con. Area.
Stellar Sea Lions
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