|The Park was originally a very large farm, and here's the house.|
Well, this is ridiculous! This day at the Bronte Creek Provincial Park in Oakville was weeks ago (September 6th), and I still hadn't gotten 'round to writing about it.
As our months here in Canada have nearly elapsed, making myself finish things online is more of a challenge. So I'll just make some quickie comments here and there (for posterity - and when I get even more absentminded than I already am, and need help remembering the names of things in the photos.), and go ahead and post this too.
|This fantastic barn has the top two levels set up as one big play area for kids.|
|The bottom level of the barn is where the goats live.|
|Lots of fun in the kid's play area.|
|Elsewhere in the park are lots and lots of picnic shelters, which looked kinda' strange to me - like they were designed back in the early 80's?|
|Velcro makes excellent ball players of us all.|
|This incredible tree is over 300 years old!|
|I would love to say we built this; but we merely found it and stopped to enjoy it for awhile.|
|There was quite an apple orchard to wander through. Tasty apples.|
|Lots of woods to wander through as well. We spent the better part of the day there, but didn't cover a third of what was there.|
|Back in Bronte itself, heading towards the Marina area.|
|We noticed a lot of fish flipping up out of the water. It turned out to be Salmon heading upriver to spawn!|