A few weekends ago my brother, brother-in-law, and I went on a road trip to some scenic spots in semi-northern Ontario. I detailed our use of the new GPS system in a previous post, and thought I would now share some photos from our adventures that day. Our first stop was Big Chute, a place my dad took us to explore when we were kids. On the way there we saw a bear! We also saw some pretty old rocks! We walked around in places that signs told us not to! We played safely and our rebelliousness actually made for some pretty fantastic shots!
That is a freakin' bear...running from our car.
A friendly sign greeted us.
Scenic Big Chute zone
Boats are lifted on this from one waterway to another.
The boats have to go up this massive hill first.
When boats come through, this area fills with water.
You're not supposed to play here - it's dangerous.
But look at me on that rock - I'm not scared!
The sign behind Bro says "Extreme Danger."
But he's not scared either!
This photo makes me think I walked on the moon.
Old rocks! Like billions of years old.
So saith the sign.