Enjoying a fall walk in nature in Northeastern Ontario along the shores of the Groundhog River.
A final trek into the woods before the snow melts.
The ice on the Groundhog River in Fauquier is melting quickly. A few more days and it will all be gone.
Freshly foraged wild fern fiddleheads from the shores of the Groundhog River in Fauquier in Northern Ontario, sautéed for dinner.
The visual joys and the wild bounty of a Northern Ontario farm.
With the Groundhog River on our doorstep getting a fish from hook to plate takes minutes. Now that’s fresh.
Almost time to get the boat in the water
Just behind the farm house there is a large hill made entirely of granite, covered in Spruce, Hemlock, Alders, and Saskatoon bushes. Moss, lichen and blueberry covered rocks and magical hidden spaces are scattered throughout. The elevation is high providing lots of views out over the expanse of our property and the landscape beyond in…
The snow is melting on our new farm. The ice on the Groundhog River has gone. Spring is here!