A world away from Lancaster,Ohio you have Northern Ontario and the French River water system that runs from Lake Nippising to Georgian Bay which is part of Lake Huron for Watery Wednesday and SkyWatch Friday
Float Plane taking off from Dry Pine Bay near Loons Landing about 7:00 P,M. very little wind and smooth water.(I was lucky to get a photo)
Linda and I were staying at Ridgewood Cottage. The photo below depicts the typical weather for our seven day stay. (Remember in Canada you have to convert from Centigrade to Fahrenheit and Liters to Gallons if you are going to convert at all, I say just go metric.)
We spent most of our time on the French River main channel. “Renown for its fishing, the French River offers walleye, bass, northern pike, musky, and pan fish. Wonderful boating waters with many miles of rocky, pine covered, and undeveloped shorelines.”
Our 25 year old Tracker boat took us wherever we wanted to go and gave us no problems. (always a worry for me)
“The French River has a colorful past. For thousands of years before Europeans arrived, Aboriginal people used the river as a place to meet and exchange trade goods. Early French explorers and missionaries began travelling through the area in the early 1600s, leaving behind intriguing journal records about the river and the people who lived along its shores. Before Canada became a country, Voyageurs were paddling its waters – brigades of canoes portaged around rapids and waterfalls – transporting furs from Canada’s great Northwest to market in Montreal.” READ MORE
The above photo could be a Weekend Reflections
Now I have to quit playing and get some work done LOL.