Jazzmyn’s was a lot of fun and the Wednesday night open mic was so good I stayed too long…ok I drank…so easy.
We had found a listing for a house we wanted to look at and spoke to the realtor. Wanting to see it we drove out to Carleton Place to have a look.
The first part of the drive was calm and going through Meaford there were blue ice stacks on Georgian Bay but on Georgian Peaks, not too many skiers.
It was quite a long drive and once darkness came, the snow started….and kept coming down.
We stayed at the River Breeze Inn.
The owner was a gracious host. He offered to make us food as we’d arrived late, there was a complimentary bottle of wine on the table.
Puck settled under the bed.
Linda went for a walk in the morning and this was the view of the Mississippi River in Carleton Place.
A view of Bridge St. in Carleton Place.
This was the house and the garage we went to look at…
We had a great time with our friends then left to go to Diane and Kim’s cottage. We had the lights at the railway crossing active and the sound of a train whistle. Then this railroad truck arrived towing 3 work bins…
Linda and Diane on a nice morning hike.
We found this shoe tree.
Diane and Linda wondering about the tree.
Some winter scenes are so nice. The blue in the sky was deep.
Our great friends Diane and Kim on the hike.