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this man just became mayor of Toronto. it's strange times everywhere. EDIT. Nov 26 2012. Today Rob Ford was tossed out of office for breaking the law. All Toronto is celebrating

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Manitoulin Island, northern Lake Huron

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Manitoulin is basically a big flat rock, scraped clean by glaciers. No dirt to put your fence posts in so you secure them with boxes of boulders. Rare plants that can't/won't grow anywhere else. Mostly flat grassy fields filled with beef cattle. And a serious fishery--lots of great fresh fish. No rain since early June. Hot but there's lots of places to swim.
20th Jul 2012, 20:56  

Anonymous says:

Sounds perfect, especially contrasted to hardly anything but rain since end of March! Lovely tasters :)

20th Jul 2012, 21:22

Dania says:

Lovely set. #4 is gorgeous. Not sure what the pile of stones in #2 is there for... but I like the picture.

20th Jul 2012, 23:40

bfish says:

how do you internet? a satellite uplink?

21st Jul 2012, 18:52

mysteritmo says:

Lovely series. Faved #4 & #5.

22nd Jul 2012, 23:18

minushabens says:

a hug to nature! love

29th Jul 2012, 21:13

hildegard says:

Looks lovely & peaceful. :)

31st Jul 2012, 15:44

swamprose says:

thanks all. I am home briefly before I head out on my Next Adventure to the east coast.

'fish, satellite phones are common up north but are really expensive, so they are mostly for emergencies. Don't think they are part of the net. While on Manitoulin, I went to town once a week, to the lovely internet cafe, had lunch and used the net...interesting to live mostly offline. good for the soul.

2nd Aug 2012, 03:57

Jig along says:

Love the forest photos and the dynamic range you're getting from your 5D3:)

26th Jan 2013, 00:56

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