Where I Come From – July 2014

This is where I come from, yes, and what a place it is. It is funny. When I am home, I am, for the most part, very unrelaxed.  I am cleaning, sorting and driving around visiting many friends and my very large family. It is here in Munich, weeks after, that I see how lucky I am. It is really only when I collect these images together for my post, that I feel so grateful of where I come from. It has been a few years since I had time there in the middle of the Summer and what a place it is. Our welcome sign does not lie when it states  ” ONTARIO, Yours to Discover .”  I lived there the first 22 years of my life and still have so many things to see and explore.

Below, you will find this years adventures. The first images are in Niagara Falls on our nations Canada Day. A few shots are in the harbour in the small town of Port Colbourne, a cute and cozy place that my brother currently calls home. Following this are shots of Canada’s most southern tip, Point Pelee National Park. It was an amazing day trip I have not made since I was a kid.  The next photos are of the place I call home, rural Chatham Kent and its farmland, fields and open spaces. We also hit the big city of Toronto for a few days of exploring, beer tasting and a Jays game. The rest of the images were taken  on a four day canoe trip in Algonquin Provincial Park. A place that I never been to before but will return to many times in the future. Huge and natural, it was the perfect end to our visit in Ontario. Until next time!

2 thoughts on “Where I Come From – July 2014

  1. Very well written Andrea, beautiful pics. It was great seeing you guys. Until next time…

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