Notice anything similar about these two towers? One is on a human house and...
one is for the birds.
I wish I could have taken a better photo of the human house but it's surrounded by a fence. The birdhouse - made to look like the house complete with two rooster weather vanes - is on a pole above the fence. (Squint your eyes and you can see one of the tiny weather vanes above the left-hand tower.) Lucky birds, don't you think?
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A statue of the Oendat god Kitchikewana in Penetanguishene, Ontario
According to Oendat (Huron) legend, Kitchikewana - in a fit of rage in reaction to being spurned by the woman he loved - created five of the bays on the southern shore of Georgian Bay, which he gouged out with his enormous fingers. The rocks and earth he scooped out he tossed into Georgian Bay, creating 30,000 islands.
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This train looks like it's stopped, but it was moving northwesterly to North Bay, Ontario and then to points west. The lumber cars are returning to pick up a new load.
The Canadian National Railway passes through East Gwillimbury many times every day heading west to Prince Rupert, British Columbia on the Pacific Ocean...or east to Halifax, Nova Scotia on the Atlantic Ocean...or to three U.S. ports (Mobile, Alabama, New Orleans, Louisiana, and Gulfport, Mississippi) on the Gulf of Mexico.