As you can see, a pumpkin, a small gourd and a fake jack-o'-lantern are resting up for their big night on Saturday. Luckily they found a BENCH to sit on while they wait. Although Miss Muffit is nowhere to be found, the spider would like to sit there too. And the cat can hardly wait to see what will happen when the three on the bench realize the spider is there. The scarecrow crow is... WAIT! A scarecrow crow?
I think kids must live at this house, don't you?
A few bloggers have informally joined RuneE at Visual Norway in featuring benches on their blogs on Fridays. To find out who else is playing, click HERE.
I tried to get to the river's edge before the boat sped by but all you can see is its wake. My trek wasn't a total loss though because the view on the opposite shore was picturesque (if you ignore the twigs between my lens and the water).
The sun setting over Queensville (Easy Gwillimbury), Ontario
Still fields and trees, one day this beautiful setting will be covered with subdivisions. Urban sprawl, I'm afraid. York Region, of which East Gwillimbury is a part, is one of the fastest growing areas in North America.
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Once the lake freezes over, the ferry will close down for another year. Many of the cottages are closed down already. It's hard to believe that snowmobiles, all terrain vehicles and ice huts will once again rule over these waters.