Laura helped me out taking some pics of our destination at Hoel Pond after we’d finished our canoe trail walk.
Across from Polliwog Pond, our starting point
Hoel Pond, our canoe path destination
Photo Credit: Laura Ouellet. Stairs up from Hoel Pond
Photo Credit: Laura Ouellet. Hoel Pond
My good friends, the Ouellets, and I camped beside a swamp. One morning, Laura and I decided to walk around it. We discovered evidence of beavers, Middle-Earth spiders, and swamp beasts!
Ground spiders of Middle-Earth
Dried out secondary swamp
Failure to communicate
Pretty in pink and handsome in fur
Mysterious swam cave
These images of mushrooms and fungi were found along a path near Polliwog Pond in the Saranac Lake area. I haven’t identified any of them! Feel free to do so 🙂
My good friend Laura (in red), her dog Buddy, and I took a canoe trail between Polliwog Pond and Hoel Pond. These are some of the tree formations we found on our way: twisted, fallen, clawed, hollow, and alphabetical O.O
“N” for Narnia
Chicken foot. No wonder Buddy’s excited.
Regal dog, Buddy
Stump room–honestly, so much cleaner than the outhouses. No I didn’t, but I was tempted.
This past August, my good friends the Ouellets and I went camping in the Saranac Lake area. We pitched our tents at this walk-up campsite just across from Polliwog Pond. My animal loving friend Laura brought her beautiful dog Buddy for the trip and wooed a chipmunk to her feet (and took a snapshot of him/her!).
Campsite at Saranac
Buddy, my friend Laura’s beautiful dog
Photo Credit: Laura Ouellet. This little guy came right up to her. They know where the food comes from.
I got to visit family in Cape Breton in 2015.
Beach at Inverness, NS
Trail on former railway bed.
Beach at sunset.