The rest of the pics from our Voyageur Park adventure. For those wondering what a voyageur is (as opposed to voyeur, which would be a whole other kind of park!), click here.
Gordon made me do it.
All that money spent on a sign, and they can't spell "restaurant" correctly in either of Canada's official languages!!!
Looks like a pond a beaver would love to call home!
I always love the look of silver birches interspersed with fall colours.
Beach at the park. It was a damp, cold, grey day. Reminded me of Nova Scotia!
I can never resist writing in the sand.
Some people store their campers at the park for the winter...
I was thinking that some of these probably smell pretty musty after being closed up for months on end! When I was a kid, our neighbours had one of those pop-up campers. They put it up in their backyard one summer and my friend and I spent the night in it. I still remember the smell!
More fall colours, soon to be replaced by snow and grey.
The last leafy stragglers hang on for the next stiff wind.
I love this little mushroom collection!
And fungi growing on a log.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the fight at Long-Sault but were afraid to ask.
I can't help but wonder how this pair of socks came to be abandoned here.
When I saw this glimpse of blue in the woods, I thought we'd stumbled across "Occupy Voyageur" but nope, it was just a tarp covering some firewood.
Splash of red over the creek.
And finally, time to drive home (in the direction of Ottawa!)