I’ll try to keep it under 50 km/hr – walking.
The sun over the bush.
Bush covered with water, covered with ice.
Lookie! A rather old rail spike. The Ottawa/Arnprior/Parry Sound railway was built around 1894 and was closed in 1966 – I don’t know when the track and ties were removed, though. If anyone know, please let me know!
Along the abandoned rail line (now a atv/snowmobile track).
The town of Killaloe converted this abandoned rail bridge into something more scenic.
A lovely granite sample.
I bet they don’t have a basement.
A nice house set back from the road surrounded by trees.
This just looks *so* cooL!
This was *most cool* to see. It was like waves in the sky.
Look! Its me working on my laptop, writing an article about Telemarketers and taking a picture of my reflection.
I’ve always liked dead end signs for some strange reason.
Ice and rock. A contest that never seems to end.
The reason I was in Killaloe -my wife was giving a belly dance workshop at the Natural Therapy Centre.
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Damned Hummer H2s are everywhere. The H2 is a clear example of too much money and not enough brains.
The sun setting through a filter – my shades.
This building has 2 large antennas, and four or five smaller ones. Think someone likes their cable tv?
Down Queen Street (the main drag). The church in the center is across the street from another church, which I thought was fairly amusing.
Looking at Killaloe.
From further still!
A different look at the bridge and a small waterfall.
A lonely birch tree
Ice pouring out of the rock.