If you go down to the woods today!

We were up in Owen Sound this weekend, but no time for gardening (sorry grass!) My niece got married on Saturday, so we stopped there on way up, designed the flowers, drove to Kilbourne Grove, got ready, and drove back. Luckily it was an evening wedding.

The next day, Ian and my brother, his fiance and his daughter, went for a hike at Jones Falls in Owen Sound. It was a beautiful afternoon, although it felt like late September.

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Jones Falls

Jones Falls

 

So pretty!

 

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This is it without the zoom.

 

 

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Mother Nature has a great sense of colour!

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Ah, the great Canadian wilderness.

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The bridge to civilization,

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thanks to them,

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from the spooky woods! (OK, not that spooky, but it sounded good).

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4 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Were you thinking of the Teddy Bear Song when you wrote your title? The next line is—you better not go too far.

    The falls are fun looking. I like to hear the sound of the water as it travels down the falls. Spooky woods indeed. Looks like one of the trees is crawling over a big rock.

    • 2

      The Teddy Bear Song keeps going through my head, I didn’t go too far, or alone.
      There is a Waterfall Trail in this area that we like to go on. They are much more spectacular in the Spring though!

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    Barbara H. said,

    What a beautiful area! Thanks for sharing.

  3. 4

    Hi Barbara, nice to have you back!
    Just outside of Owen Sound there is the waterfront trail, with either 6 or 7 different waterfalls. We have been to all of them, but I will go back and get some pictures for future posts. They are much more spectacular in the spring, when the snow has melted.


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