Saturday, September 20, 2014

On The East Side

Two more archive shots today, from a summer trip a couple of years ago into the east side of Algonquin Park. The Sand Lake Gate gives access here west of Pembroke for the road travelling into this portion of the park.


The Barron Canyon can be found here. This is a different perspective from what I've shown you before here and here.



29 comments:

  1. Happy anniversary for your blog. Nice pictures from your summer trip. MB

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  2. Algonquin! Wow! Memories of camping long ago!




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  3. The air there looks so fresh I can almost smell it. It looks like a beautiful place.

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  4. Relaxing, for sure. I need this.

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  5. A great outdoor space, and I can imagine the air...

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  6. Wide open spaces. Such a refreshing view from city living.

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  7. Colours would be different, this time of the year, I suppose

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  8. I'm always ready for the outdoors.

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  9. @MB: Algonquin is lovely in any season. Except blackfly season.

    @Cloudia: it's a great place to camp.

    @Kay: it was a nice day!

    @Bibi: it's very relaxing.

    @VP: the air there soothes the soul.

    @Susie: it's a great switch.

    @Peter: yes, the fall colours are already underway there.

    @Revrunner: me too!

    @Luis: thanks!

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  10. I can almost smell the piney fresh air.

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  11. Such a beautiful place...is this where you met Yogi?

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  12. That must be a great park with such wonderful landscapes!

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  13. @Furry Gnome: it's such a beautiful area of the province to visit.

    @Tex: there are a lot of them on the east side of the park, more of a mix elsewhere.

    @Sharon: it's a pleasant smell.

    @Norma: actually that was on the Centennial Ridges trail one time.

    @Jan: it draws visitors from all over the world. There are trail visit registry books set out on the hiking trails for visitors, and you can find locations from any continent among the entry listings.

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  14. I love these beautiful, wild places.

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  15. That looks promising for all kinds of activities.

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  16. Looks like it is fun to explore

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  17. You are so lucky to be fairly close to such an area!

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  18. wow!! what a beautiful place Id love to explore it one day

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  19. @Judy: so do I.

    @Marleen: it certainly is.

    @Denise: it's a favourite place for me.

    @Mo: it's a whole lot of fun, just not so much when blackflies are about.

    @RedPat: yes, for me it's close by, but that part of Algonquin would a long drive for you.

    @Jen: it is a beautiful place.

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  20. That is some really thick growth. I hope it never becomes as dry as the forests here in California.

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  21. The park looks fab from every perspective William, excellent spot for a hike.

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  22. I was hoping to visit the part this fall but I think it may be a bit later than that. I love that place!

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  23. Looks like a nice place to hike!

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