Bringing the Snölykta – Swedish snow lantern – tradition to Muskoka.
We are still seeing lots of Ruffed grouse around the property. When I spot them at a distance I often first think I’m seeing a bird of prey as the size, coloration and shape of beak is similar to some … Continued
For some reason the coldest weather seems to bring out the foxes in winter. Every year, while the temperatures are at their worst, I’ll see tracks and trails forming all over the property. Sometimes I’m lucky to see the fox … Continued
After doing a series of posts showing a more peaceful side of winter I thought I’d show another side to winter in Muskoka. These are pictures of the great Alberta Clipper of 2017 which slammed us in December. Most people … Continued
The Muskokabilly restaurant is one of several to be found at the Gravenhurst wharf on Lake Muskoka. I took this photo in early December before the big freeze. Today there is no open water as the waterfront is frozen into … Continued