Friday, September 27, 2013

Farmhouse North of Guelph Ontario

This finely crafted farmhouse spotted along Route 6 north of Guelph Ontario on the drive to Tobermory on the first day of my drive to Yellowstone.
On this first of six driving days, my goal is Tobermory at the upper end of the Bruce Peninsula, northwest of Toronto and the farthest extension of the Niagara Escarpment. That escarpment is seen most prominently where Niagara Falls tumbles between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
The Bruce Peninsula juts between Lake Huron and Huron's Georgian Bay. The winters there are raw.
Two national parks, Bruce Peninsula NP and Fathom Five National Marine Park are at Tobermory. The cliffs are spectacularly beautiful. Lake Huron is clear and blue.
The next day I will walk at Bruce Peninsula NP. In the afternoon I'll take the ferry to South Baymouth on the north shore.

1 comment:

  1. I've passed by that farm many a time. I've got family in the area.

    The Peninsula is a wild place to explore, one of the most beautiful parts of the province.