Let's go for a drive on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.There must be room in my car for all of you.
It may be a chilly day, but the sun is shining and the roads are in good condition so off we go.
We head north of Morden and then turn west, through the small community called Miami,no not Florida,but Manitoba.Just a little further west and then we turn north again along a country/gravel road. We make a left turn and go about a mile west to see this old railroad trestle.
Right near the trestle,I turn my camera to the north and capture this scene.Simple yet pretty, in my mind.
Back we go to the main road and turn north again. I have passed this old building many times and have taken a picture or two,but I need to make another stop.Here is the colored version.
This is the same picture as the previous one, only in black and white.Which one do you prefer?
Now we make our way to a picturesque valley, known as the St. Lupicien valley.There is a very small hamlet by that name.Today I will not show the valley so much but rather a few views that caught my attention. I like this fence line fading off into the distance.
As we drive, this is often what the view ahead of us is. Somehow this scene has added beauty in winter, although,I'm sure it would look great in summer as well.
Those white Birch trees have a special beauty about them.I hope you are enjoying this drive as much as I am. I'm thankful that I can have my friends along for the ride.
You have all been such wonderful company so I thank you with a summer photo of this Cleome.
I hope that we can do this sort of thing again.
Good friends are like Stars.
You don’t always see them,but,you know they’re always there!