Yes, we will be getting back to Kingston soon. The weather is improving after a cold spell, and I will be biking in town. Pics to come.
For the last two weeks, the city has been dotted with moving trucks and grad parties.
The old cash register at Trousdale’s General Store in Sydenham. They advertise themselves as being the oldest general store in Canada. Looking at this register, they might be right. It’s a beauty isn’t it?
A lovely property along Little Long Lake Road. They are all ready for summer.
I think this road was called Eel Bay Road, up near Perth Road Village.
More loons, this time a couple on Loughborough Lake. Unfortunately they were as quiet as the other one.
High rise living on Loughborough Lake.
More of the same lake, including the loons.
Not very well focussed, but the lilacs are the earliest budding branches that I’ve seen. This one is in the Mount Chesney area. Franktown, north of Smith’s Falls on Hwy. 15, boasts of being the lilac capital of Canada, but I can’t believe that they could beat Mount Chesney. Pics next month! I don’t know why it is called Mount Chesney. As someone who lived in BC, I see nothing that I would call a mountain. Unless it’s mountains of lilacs.