2017 Fall Fair Photos

2017 Fall Fair Photos

(all photos by Kim Thompson)

The Fall Fair!

The Fall Fair!

Coming this weekend! Two days of rural excess… delicious pies, giant pumpkins, games of chance, rides, demos, zucchini races, artwork, prize quilts, champion blooms, and a wide array of animals and poultry to admire. Not to be missed! Saturday and Sunday at the Farmers’ Institute on Rainbow Road. A few scenes from past fairs…

Daffodil Point, Burgoyne Bay

Posted by on Mar 3, 2015 in Hikes | No Comments
Daffodil Point, Burgoyne Bay

Daffodil Point, Burgoyne Bay – Feb. 28, 2015 LENGTH: 3 km (approx.) there and back TRAIL: Easy to moderate – uphill, not steep, but long and steady. Wide, even path. OK FOR TODDLERS (longish, and uphill parts may tire them out, but wide path is great) TRAILHEAD: Trail heads out right from the end of […]

Wen,na,nec / Tsawout First Nation Trail

Posted by on Feb 24, 2015 in Hikes | 2 Comments
Wen,na,nec / Tsawout First Nation Trail

Wen,na,nec / Tsawout First Nation Trail – Feb. 21, 2015 LENGTH: 4 km loop (approx.) TRAIL: Easy – no grade to speak of, but path is full of roots and rocks so not easy walking. OK FOR TODDLERS (see above) TRAILHEAD: In the south end, at the end of Menhinick Drive (take Beaver Point Rd, […]

Churchill Trail

Posted by on Feb 18, 2015 in Hikes | No Comments
Churchill Trail

Churchill Trail – Feb. 14, 2015 LENGTH: 382 m TRAIL: Easy, well-marked TODDLER APPROVED! TRAILHEAD: Between 175 and 161 Churchill Road. Park along the side of the road. The other end of trail comes out between 175 and 165 Long Harbour Road, but I’d recommend accessing it at the Churchill end, because Long Harbour Road […]

Welbury Bay Park Trail

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Hikes | No Comments
Welbury Bay Park Trail

Welbury Bay Park Trail – Jan. 31, 2015 LENGTH: 275m TRAIL: Easy, well-marked TODDLER APPROVED… but… hold their hands for first few metres, as there is a steep dropoff beside the trail. TRAILHEAD: Go past the Long Harbour ferry terminal and just up the hill you can park on the left. The trailhead is right […]