Yeah, this is an everyday occurrence! At first glance, one is incredibly surprised to see this California Sea Lion on the fishing boat’s stern, with a few guys taking photos… not normal. Then after 5+ minutes, you realize this might actually be a regular thing when the captain comes back with a fish for the mammal. Trained you wonder?
Life of leisure! This pair of California Sea Lions – male and female – are sunning themselves on a single large rock where the Pacific Ocean meets the Gulf of California, at the tip of Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Not that you will get far with this version of the DeSoto Adventurer, however it is still pretty neat to look at. Google this car and you will find enough of them still out there running. As for this one, its hanging on the side of a barn in Bracebridge.
On its way south this past September, this Monarch spent a day hopping between the flowers by the lake. Was very fortunate we could watch its activities while enjoying our early morning coffee and green tea.
Birch trees mixed in with the requisite vibrant fall colors on echo lake this past Thanksgiving weekend. Though never taking the change in colors for granted, it still is fun to see tourists arrive by motorcoach to look at what we Canadians see every year!
This 1942 Ford one ton was a lawn ornament and flower bed at Blue Mountain. Something about this old rusty beater contrasted with vibrant fresh flowers makes you pause for a moment.
Sweeping sunset across Conger Lake while kayak camping early September in the Massasauga Provincial Park with one of our daughters. Two excellent days with sun, mid-teen temperatures, card games, good food, campfire, and these fantastic skies after the sun went down.