Fire Cloud...
An irregular marking on the exterior of Native American pottery: usually resulting from burning fuel coming in direct contact with the vessel during firing

Monday, 26 September 2016

Six Days in Ontario

We cross the border at Sault St. Marie in Michigan and cross back six days later in New York on Interstate 81.


We camped two nights near Thessallon on Lake Ontario, two nights on a lake in Espanola and the last two in John and Tracey's driveway on big lake Simcoe in Beaverton.


John and Tracey are next door neighbours at Sun & Fun in Sarasota in the Winter.


The lake is really huge. They have to pull in their dock in the winter because of lake ice.


Sunday we drive about 30 minutes to have lunch with Gail, who is Tracy's mother...also a winter neighbour.


Ontario has beautiful lakes and rivers and everywhere we travel we see people enjoying water recreation...boating, camping and building...


The view from Gail's back yard...this river flows into Lake Simcoe.


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