Attaching the electrodes of knowledge to the nipples of ignorance.
Looking across the canyon.
FuNkY cOlUrS (I’ll stop that now).
The whole drive in the park was like this.
Us at the East Side boundry.
We’re awake, and we’re leaving!
We stopped in Cobden for lunch at this rest stop.
As we got to Kanata, we came into thick fog.
Looking behind us.
The whole area was so colourful!
No fog here – clear sky, perfect weather!
The Sun was very bright.
Boing, ready to go!
Driftwood at the end of a portage we walked along.
Cobden’s water tower.
A snake kindly posed for the shot.
The hills on fire.
Boing trying to get warm.
Sand “dunes” in the lake.
An “Overactive child storage system”. Okay, okay, its a bear trap – apparently there had been a bear in the area.
The rest stop building (very nice place to look around).
A perfect view.
Hot chocolate. Fuel for a chilly morning.
Our VW Golf, and our MEC Tarn 3 tent.
My chilly wife, sipping hot chocolate.
Algonquin Park’s East Side headquarters.
Looking down along the Barron Canyon Trail. The tiny sqwiggle between the two trees is a canoe.
One hundred meters is a l-o-n-g fall.
The big Canadian flag at the rest stop.