Ferry, Farm and Fairmount

 

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We are at the Wolfe Island ferry dock.  Crushed ice for your cocktails anyone?

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The Singing Bridge aka The LaSalle Causeway.

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The back of Fort Frontenac, facing the water.

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The ferry waiting room, the KRoc Center and the side of Fort Frontenac.

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Long rolls of hay, iced with snow.

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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.

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Cows belonging to the same farm.

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Big Daddy.  I guess his presence means there will be little calves in the spring.

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Fairmount Home.  As someone who likes the elderly, my life is a whirlwind of hospital and nursing home visits.

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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.

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The much cupola’d horse barn across the road.

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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.

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