We are at the Wolfe Island ferry dock. Crushed ice for your cocktails anyone?
The Singing Bridge aka The LaSalle Causeway.
The back of Fort Frontenac, facing the water.
The ferry waiting room, the KRoc Center and the side of Fort Frontenac.
Long rolls of hay, iced with snow.
In the summer I posted a couple of pictures of a farm with all kinds of black and white barn cats. They are hanging out in the barn now and here are some of them, catching a few rays in the window, or bullying the one on the left, not sure which. When the weather is a little milder, sometimes they can be seen sitting on these hay rolls, but I think the snow is too deep on them now.
Cows belonging to the same farm.
Big Daddy. I guess his presence means there will be little calves in the spring.
Fairmount Home. As someone who likes the elderly, my life is a whirlwind of hospital and nursing home visits.
Fairmount got a new wing last fall, an auditorium which is very nicely appointed with a games room and kitchen and washrooms. It’s very nice and very useful.
The much cupola’d horse barn across the road.
County of Frontenac main offices on the same property as the home. There is also a senior’s apartment building, and a woods behind, which has a trail going through it. I haven’t checked out the trail yet, but it sounds really lovely.
Tomorrow we head home and explore Lower Round Lake Road.