Canada: the Great White North
N is for NORTH
Occasionally people cross the Canadian border in summer from the U.S. thinking they have only a few more miles to travel NORTH to find ice and snow. I know NONE of you, dear bloggers, think we are covered in ice year-round, but some visitors bring their snowmobiles over the border hoping to use them during their summer holidays.
A cool summer evening near Lake Simcoe, NORTH of East Gwillimbury
Jacket or sweater weather is about as cold as it gets here where I live NORTH of Toronto, where this year it has felt a lot cooler than usual. Yes, it has been cool but NOTICE there's NO snow.
Another sunset over Lake Simcoe
I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE