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Trappers Cabin at Georgina Pioneer Park


Trappers Cabin collage

Yesterday, October 5 was the WorldWide Scott Kelby Photography Walk.    I had a hard decision to make as in my area there were two walks to choose from.  I decided to go with the Georgina group as they were going to the Georgina Pioneer Park and the Georgina Military Museum.   I had never visited this park although it is less than a half hour from home. 

It was very overcast all day and we expected to get rained on at some point.   Thankfully, it did not happen and we were free to wander all over the area to take photos.  Unfortunately, we were not allowed in the buildings as there were no volunteers to oversee them.  I took over two hundred photos which I will edit over the next few weeks.  I did want to share one of the cabins that was on the property;the trappers cabin.

I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.   Hope you have a great week.  This week is the week before the Canadian Thanksgiving so will be shopping and cleaning to get ready for our family feast.

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These look fantastic Val. It was a wonderful day and glad the rain held off. Jen
Country Gal said…
Lovely photos ! Sounds like a nice day you had glad the rains held off ! Papa and I love going to conservation parks this time of year and take lots of photos . Thanks for sharing . Have a good day !
eileeninmd said…
I love the rustic looking cabin! Lovely images from your outing. Great photos. Have a happy week!
The cabin is rustic, too bad you couldn't get inside it. It's fun to poke around old buildings.
podso said…
I'm no photographer but sometimes I think photos come out better on a gray day than a sunny day. Have fun editing all those photos inbetween holiday prep! It's hard to believe your Thanksgiving is upon you and ours won't be far behind. Enjoy!
Leslie's Garden said…
I know you wish you could have gone in that cabin! Love your mosaic.
They did one of those walks around downtown on Saturday too. We had other things already organized so didn't participate. Those old building are fascinating, too bad you couldn't go inside.
EG CameraGirl said…
I have never been there! Sounds like a super place to visit with my camera.
looking forward to seeing your view of the Georgina Pioneer Park.
Pamela Gordon said…
It would be an interesting walk Valerie. You made a lovely mosaic. I like the old cabin. Have a great week.
What a nice way to spend the day. I love this old cabin. It's fun to have so much to photograph! I look forward to more of them, too! Hugs!
Lorrie said…
This is such a picturesque old cabin. But I'm glad I don't have to live in it. Beautiful photos. Have a great week preparing for Thanksgiving. The same is going on here.
Diane said…
Your rustic views of nature are so pretty. Visiting from Mosaic Monday and new GFC follower! Hope you'll consider following back!
Lisa Gordon said…
It looks like ti's a great place to be with a camera, Valerie. I so love the photograph of the window. Just beautiful!
Poppy said…
Hi Valerie,

Your photos are lovely, such texture, colour and mood. The area of Georgina is absolutely beautiful. We visited a friend who bought a house in the area last winter and it is in a peaceful spot, near a lake.

Wonderful photos. Thanks for making me feel a little closer to home.

Lovely to have a group to go with for a picture walk.
Our photos said…
The photos are beautiful!
Greetings, RW & SK

Love your rustic mosaic! What a gorgeous place! Have fun editing all of your photos, it will be fun to see more! I'm joining your followers so I don't miss out!
Love your rustic mosaic! What a gorgeous place! Have fun editing all of your photos, it will be fun to see more! I'm joining your followers so I don't miss out!

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