Monday, 20 September 2021

Monday drive to Canoe Lake Road Part 2

 This is the vineyard outside Westport, on our way to Canoe Lake Road. We stopped in there several years ago, for wine and oysters on the shell. Winery in Westport: daycation Part 4 The wine is $58/bottle! 


This road hugs the lake. There are lovely views of the water and trees. 


Along the road, I've always loved this pond.
The Canoe Lake Campground looks like a fun place for many. It's a bit too crowded for me, but I'm a grumpy old lady these days! There were geese in the shallow end.
Heron - just briefly!

It's a way of life! The long weekend in October is when people usually shut down cottages. I don't know about campers. We've had some chilly nights! The one in the last photo is for sale! 

 🐻SNUGGLE Bears are looking for winter habitat.

10 comments:

Anvilcloud said...

I was just thinking yesterday of what qualifies as camping. To me, it involves tents, not that I did a lot of that. Daughter's friend has a trailer, and she refers to it as going to the trailer and not as going camping.

Tom said...

...you live in a beautiful neck of the woods.

William Kendall said...

Terrific shots. Last night was chilly.

DeniseinVA said...

A lovely drive you took us on. Lovely seeing the bears. I have a bobby bear displayed in our spare bedroom.

Jeanie said...

This looks like a wonderful getaway for you. We have to grab every last beautiful weekend we can for things like that!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
I'll join the Snuggle Bears! YAM xx

Nancy J said...

Unless you are very hardy, and your van has all the heating you would ever need, camper vans are not for winter weather. I KNOW!!! Your bears need a chalet with a taller roof, tell them to go and look at the big motor home for sale. that area looks so peaceful.

Karen said...

I just watched a lovely drone video of that route. Droning with Jamie is his page. Lovely vids.

RedPat said...

Camper life is not for me! ;-)

Lorrie said...

It's such a beautiful time of year to be going for a drive, and you chose a lovely spot. We enjoy camping, and have always used a tent, but a couple of years ago, I said, "enough". I hate getting up in the night and going to the outhouse in the dark and cold. So now we have a little trailer and it worked so well on our trip to the Rockies. I wouldn't want to live in it fulltime, though.