Wednesday, June 20, 2012

A Pretty Park



Yesterday, I was up at the trailer.
Both my children were there, both studying for upcoming school exams.
At one point daughter asked me if I would like to take a walk around the camp ground.







As this is only my second week owning my trailer,
 I had yet not ventured outside of my own little corner of the park.
To my surprise, the park grounds were very lovely.




 Three pretty lake and creeks.







A peaceful moment for my daughter Rachel, 
probably thinking about her upcoming mid-term exams.








It was a very warm day yesterday, temperature at 32C/90F.
The bugs were bad, they were eating me alive!
Note to self.....buy bug repellent.




There were a ton of bird houses on the property......after a while I gave up counting.










The park is on Native Indian land, 
the grounds were deep in Indian culture and history.











Statues and plaques here and there.







My favourite garden angel.




I thought this was cute.
Beaver Crossing.....so very Canadian....eh!







I think I am going to just love my summer this year.






This is my little pretty corner of the park.
I know you all have seen pics of my trailer a million times.....but I can't help it, am so proud of it!




Diane

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5 comments:

  1. Hi Diane. What a lovely and peaceful camping park you are at. I think I'd really enjoy wandering around or just sitting on that lovely deck and enjoying the scenery. It's already 30 here this afternoon - our first HOT day of the summer. Enjoy your summer at the trailer! Blessings, Pamela

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  2. What beautiful surroundings, it looks so tranquil. It is good to see all of the birdboxes, clearly they are looking after the wildlife. I enjoy seeing your trailer, and I am more than a little jealous!

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  3. Where is this summer dwelling of your located. It looks so peaceful and lovely there. NICE DECK and covering you have.
    What city do you live in anyway.
    I think I told you I made my FIRST trip to Ontario last to July for a blogging gal gathering.
    The host lives in Plantagenet. I fell in love with all the green , trees, water.........and well, it was just lovely.
    Birdhouses are kind of a passion of mine.

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  4. Hi Diane,
    Such a pretty place to camp in style...I love it, enjoy your time away.
    Hugs, Elizabeth

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  5. It looks like a wonderful place to spend the summer. I'm so happy for you! Thanks for taking us on the walk too!

    Holly

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