Making waves. We try to make waves from very early days, splashing the bath or in puddles on the street, cannonballs in swimming pools and jumping off the dock. We graduate to making longer waves by leaving wakes behind paddle boats, row boats and, for the lucky ones, tinnies with 9.9's. Making waves comes naturally. [...]
Summer! Water's warm, days are long and dock time reigns supreme. We've been blessed with warm, dry days and clear night skies. The peak of the season and, in spite of the pandemic, much to be thankful for. This is indeed a beautiful country and the opportunity of enjoying the 'near north', life shaping. For [...]
There are more than 300 islands on the Big 3 Lakes of Muskoka. I don't know if this islet is claiming to be one of them. Whatever it is, something's going on!
We have talked about the lake becoming the sky ... last night the story wasn't about the lake at all. It was the sky. We had guests for dinner who can attest that this was the sky over Lake Rosseau. No photoshopping. The real thing. Aren't sunsets a gift? Lake Rosseau Sunset
The Rosseau sun came bouncing in, our bedroom flooded with light. It was confusing for a moment. No lights were on. Yet the room seemed like midday at around 0630. Ferndale Point opposite was reflecting and fairly shouting "Hey! You over there!! Get up and watch me strut my stuff!!!" When has anything so quiet [...]
Every day for the last couple of weeks, two guys (and sometimes 3) have laboriously made their way across the lake through slush, ice and snow to an island property where they are working. Their ATV has pulled a trailer, carved a trail across the lake and, done yeoman service. Fitted with tracks, in place of [...]