Sights To See On a Lazy Ontario Afternoon

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An abandoned military base at Foymount.

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Downtown Quadeville.

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Cows.   With an interesting fence made from not just split-rails, but actual logs.

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Some broken dreams.

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Back-roads that haven’t’ been paved yet.   In what I call the “Empty Quadrant”.

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A refurbished church in Rockingham.   With a fresh copper steeple, which you rarely see nowadays.

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Old, wrecked trucks.   All red.

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A Mom-and-Pop ski hill, with one T-Bar.   Still open.

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Another Mom-and-Pop ski hill.  Also still open.

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And a  frozen farm.

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2 Comments on “Sights To See On a Lazy Ontario Afternoon”

  1. Mike Says:

    Nice winter pictures!

    I wish I could say that spring was already here in Arkansas, but, even though some of the daffodils have finished blooming, there’s barely any buds on any of the trees, and, at nearly noon, the temperature is just barely above freezing. I can say that we don’t have any snow or ice, but it’s still cold.

  2. Friar Says:

    @Mike
    You’re 6 weeks ahead of us. We won’t see daffodils until eary May. Where it won’t be out of the question to still get some snow.


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