Lake boat on the Seaway
Entrance to the Long Sault Parkway
The Long Sault Parkway goes by a bridge or two and several causeways over a few islands on the north side of the seaway
Canada geese and seagulls
Geese
Many geese
And a bunch more
Stately heron
Ducks and heron
Ducks and heron
This ship (from Ottawa Bytown Yacht Club) went through the locks at Ste Anne de Bellevue about a month ago. Jellylava took pictures of it then.
Seagull
Fair Jeanne
Fair Jeanne
Old house
There is a whole row of these beauties on this piece of road
Yet another
Gorgeous old house
Once more, with feeling
This museum is devoted to the Canadian Signalling Corps and its successor units
Telephones in the trenches
Early 20th Century communications classroom
World War II?
Prisoners of war accommodations in a German POW camp
Triumph twin, probably from the 60s
Peacekeeping was Canadian forces' main post-Korea role
Fairly recent communications truck
Afghanistan
Lineman's transport (vulnerable to IEDs)
On the Trent-Severn waterway
Dam and lock
Locks on the Trent-Severn waterway
Bridge rotates out of the way to permit boat passage through the locks
Locks
Glen Ross Lock 7
Trying new routes took me over a few scenic gravel roads
The road condition was good, but of course it was very dry
These are (I think) the Trent Hills
A HUGE herd of sheep, many of the "black sheep" variety
Lotsa sheep
Toward dusk, hot and humid
Looking for ospreys at all the nests I'd noticed on earlier trips. Mostly the juveniles seem to have left, and many nests seemed abandoned
This bird was at home. I waited to see it fly -- they are so beautiful in flight, soaring with scarcely a wing-beat.
Finally! But it flew too far away, too fast, in poor light
Osprey
That's the bird in that tree. Flew there and just sat. Eventually I gave up and moved on.
To Peterborough 8/11/2010
Fossil
Author: Fossil (ID: 9749)
Posted: 2010-08-11 15:15 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 463.65 km
(3 ratings)
Tags: Travel, Photography, Water Activity, Landscape, Animals, Southeastern Ontario, historic houses, port, St Lawrence Seaway, historic buildings, nature
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Solo drive along old King's Highway #2 to Trenton, then up the Trent-Severn waterway toward Campbellford, and back roads to Peterborough, Ontario

Lake boat on the Seaway
Entrance to the Long Sault Parkway
Island marker
The Long Sault Parkway goes by a bridge or two and several causeways over a few islands on the north side of the seaway
Canada geese and seagulls
Geese
Many geese
And a bunch more
Stately heron
Ducks and heron
Ducks and heron
Fair Jeanne
This ship (from Ottawa Bytown Yacht Club) went through the locks at Ste Anne de Bellevue about a month ago. Jellylava took pictures of it then.
Seagull
Fair Jeanne
Fair Jeanne
Old house
Another old house
There is a whole row of these beauties on this piece of road
Yet another
Gorgeous old house
Once more, with feeling
Canadian Forces Museum
This museum is devoted to the Canadian Signalling Corps and its successor units
Telephones in the trenches
Communications classroom
Early 20th Century communications classroom
Canadian Forces uniforms
World War II?
After Dieppe
Prisoners of war accommodations in a German POW camp
Despatch rider's motorcycle
Triumph twin, probably from the 60s
UN jeep
Peacekeeping was Canadian forces' main post-Korea role
Comm truck
Fairly recent communications truck
Afghanistan
Iltis Jeep
Lineman's transport (vulnerable to IEDs)
Swan
On the Trent-Severn waterway
Dam and lock
Locks on the Trent-Severn waterway
Swing bridge
Bridge rotates out of the way to permit boat passage through the locks
Locks
Glen Ross Lock 7
Gravel road
Trying new routes took me over a few scenic gravel roads
Grravel road
The road condition was good, but of course it was very dry
Pretty road
These are (I think) the Trent Hills
Sheep
A HUGE herd of sheep, many of the "black sheep" variety
Lotsa sheep
Hilly road
Toward dusk, hot and humid
Osprey
Looking for ospreys at all the nests I'd noticed on earlier trips. Mostly the juveniles seem to have left, and many nests seemed abandoned
Osprey
This bird was at home. I waited to see it fly -- they are so beautiful in flight, soaring with scarcely a wing-beat.
Osprey on the wing
Finally! But it flew too far away, too fast, in poor light
Osprey
Osprey
That's the bird in that tree. Flew there and just sat. Eventually I gave up and moved on.
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