Summer–going places

August 10, 2013 at 11:46 am Leave a comment

It’s been a busy summer, going places, and visiting friends.

Here are a few highlights of those times.



At Bellwood Lake, going for a walk, finding raspberries and picking a few wildflowers

adwoa vert (2)Latitudes Storytelling Festival in Kitchener, storyteller Adwoa Badoe

DSCN0240Visiting friends in Port Dover

DSCN0253Port Dover Harbour Museum tour, fodder for more stories

DSCN0383Soccer games and practices

DSCN0511Spending time with our grandchildren at home and other places


DSCN0410Celebrating two sisters’  milestone birthdays

DSCN0465and the Huron Natural Area

We’re seeing signs of autumn already, with cooler days and shortening of light in the evenings. Before we know it, fall will creep in. But not just yet. Let’s enjoy the rest of the summer while we have it.


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