“ The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each others' life " Richard Bach
"The unexamined life is not worth living" Socrates
- - scatterings of ideas sent to my younger self, a sensitive girl who was fooled into believing she was a boy because of anatomy - -
Sunday, 15 August 2010
As a contrast to the bare rocky outcroppings, the place where we camped was a lowland area, heavily forested by tall deciduous trees, only a short walk from the water. A gorgeous sandy beach between the two areas provides a playground and walking area in the sun.
As if you could top the scenery, in the nearby town of Parry Sound a music festival was in it’s final week. We managed to get seats beside the stage for a concert of harp music. The playing was exceptional by three harpists and an orchestra. For me the highlight was a harp concerto by Handel played by a true treasure in the Canadian musical world; Judy Loman. She is a world class player and a teacher of great renown. The beauty of her touch on that most heavenly of instruments had tears rolling down my cheeks.
These were wonderful days as we both forgot the usual (and unusual) concerns that life sends our way.
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I love the clean natural glacial lakes up north, with their cool clear waters. The glaciers didn't make it this far south, so the lakes down here seem to all have been man made, by damning up creeks and rivers. They tend to have muddy bottoms with lots of silt in the water.ReplyDelete
Glad you had a god time.
Great to know that you found some gems while on a delightful holiday.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures, Halle. Glad you had a good time.ReplyDelete
I've been to the Georgian Bay and it is truly beautiful. Glad you had a good vacation.ReplyDelete
Hugs my friend, Elly