Papa also took a photo of me in the old Port Stanley jail. R&R in there lol three meals served to me a day get my laundry done by someone else hey what more could a women want lol KIDDING !!!!
This little display Papa built for a guy at his work, he wanted a stand for his Stanley cup trophies. He was given the bottle caps with the emblem's on and Papa worked his magic and put them on the trophies . Papa designed it built it and painted it to the hockey arena colors ! Great job Papa !
We lost internet for a few hours this morning and I was what we call joansing it to blog lol an addiction to blogging lol but as you see all back up and running now FEWW !
Any who ,until next time hope you all have a wonderful day !
The draw bridge over Kettle creek lifting up to let all the huge sail boats through to get to lake Erie ! It lifts every half hour.
Take a scenic train trip around the Port, river and lake, we will do that next time !
The train off to the left is where they have murder mystery night !
A piece of the Port Stanley’s old jail !
OH NO !!!!! Papa and Miggy are in jail !
Well that was our little day trip to Port Stanley there's still lots to see and do there and lots more to photograph . It only takes us under an hour to get there .Papa and I will return there soon in the fall when all the trees have changed, that should be very pretty for more photos of the other parts of town of Port Stanley Ontario
Our province has a motto and a song that they advertise because there is so much here to explore and discover !
ONTARIO, YOURS TO DISCOVER !
Part 3 tomorrow Papa’s photos !
Until next time hope you all have a great day of exploring the wonders of your area !
Yesterday Papa ,Miggy and I went for a little trip to the town of PORT STANLEY . One of the many small fishing tourist towns on the shores of Lake Erie. Its just one of the many towns on the shores of lake Erie that we love to visit . This little town is pretty with its Shops , Boutiques, Restaurants, Inns and marina with all kinds of beautiful boats and old buildings ! We didn't get to tour the entire town cause it was getting hot and we had Miggy , but what we did see was wonderful ! Next time Papa and I go we will spend the entire day ! We will eventually visit all the ports in the area , none of them are very far from us as we live near lake Erie.
Kettle creek ! The famous drawbridge in Port Stanley !
A look out to lake Erie !
This is my favourite ! Isn't it cute ?
Papa and Miggy
We had a nice time touring this town of Port Stanley .
We took lots of photos so part two of our Port Stanley day trip will be posted tomorrow !
If you would like to read a bit about Port Stanley here is a web site that tells all !
Until tomorrow, hope you all have a good day !
Yesterday I spent the day photographing and playing around with my camera’s settings, still getting used to all it can do lol . As I was doing that a few Hummingbirds were playing around chasing each other and talking to one another so I decided to take photos of one. He was so funny hovering around me checking me out and chattering , he defiantly wasn't camera shy more like in my face yelling ‘ “TAKE MY PICTURE LADY’ so that I did !
He was a cheeky little guy teasing me zooming around me the feeder and the tree I was standing under !
Then I saw this. These are hard to get photos of as they are very rarely low enough to even see. You can always hear them in the humidity buzzing a high pitch sound.
This is a Cicadas !
We used to call them hydro bugs when I was kid on the farm, they sounded like the hum of the old hydro wires that traveled along the road sides !
A bit of info on these strange bugs !
There are several species of cicadas in Ontario. All are large in size (2-5 cm long) robust and somewhat triangular in shape. Their antennae are very short, and some are black and green in colour. The wings are held over the back in a sloping fashion and are membranous. Cicadas are very attractive and different in form from most other insects, and often attract interest when they are found.
The common species in Ontario are referred to as the dog-day harvest flies. They have a life cycle of four years or more. The 17-year locust (cicada) is more common farther south in the United States. This species may take 13 to 17 years to complete a life cycle.
Cicadas are well known for their high-pitched, shrill call. The sound is produced by the male, which has powerful muscles attached to the side of membranes that can be vibrated very rapidly. This droning sound is produced on hot, humid days in July and August.
So that is what I did for the most part of yesterday . I know some of you are thinking EWWW BUGS !!! but they are amazing to capture in a photo, honest , not all of nature is pretty now is it but it is fascinating !
Until next time. hope you have a great day !