Canada: The Bruce Peninsula


Recently, Mr. Something and I headed north to discover a "Biosphere Reserve"- The Bruce Peninsula - nestled between Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, our final destination was the lovely town of  Tobermory, Ontario, 'Mecca' to Canadian SCUBA enthusiasts, a 3.5-4 hour drive north of Toronto.

According to Wikipedia..."A biosphere reserve is an area proposed by its residents, ratified by a national cammittee and designated by UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere (MAB) program, which demonstrates innovative approaches to living and working in harmony with nature. One of the primary objectives of MAB is to achieve a sustainable balance between the goals of conserving biological diversity, promoting economic development, and maintaining associated cultural values".

Who knew?

So, for all you nature-lovers out's some eye-candy...
We got lucky and saw The Aurora Borealis -aka- The Northern Lights
I almost stepped on the little fella - A Massassauga Rattler
The Town of Tobermory
One of many sunken ships seen by the naked eye
Rock Formations secondary to erosion "Flowerpots"
The water of Georgian Bay is Caribbean Blue
An "Inukshuk" - Stones marking a path's direction

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