Spring arrived Wednesday in the last few minutes of the afternoon and, as if rushing to keep up with a train schedule, the snow began to melt. These past few relatively warm, sunshiny days have exposed brown grass, fallen branches, soft squishy soil, soft squishy dog turds and, yes, Galanthus. That’s right, Snowdrops were pushing […]
A late winter walk along the tip of Prince Edward County.
Melting snow in the last days of winter mean high inland water levels and a fast flowing Consecon River.
Photo fun on a snowy weekend after a trip to the beach
On a silent winter’s morning, a duck swims up Wellington Channel into Lake Ontario in Prince Edward County.
Late winter in Prince Edward County, Ontario. Snow, animal tracks, swelling buds and seed starting.
Still a lot of snow and ice here in #PrinceEdwardCounty but anticipation for spring is building!
The Crown of Thorns from the top of the #Consecon library tower is undergoing refurbishment.