Thursday, October 14, 2010

Watery Wednesday and Skywatch Friday

Monday was Thanksgiving Day, and we went for a walk in Gatineau Park, along the Waterfall Trail, near the William Lyon MacKenzie King Estate.
 There was a tunnel under the road, and then a little stream coming in from the left.
That stream meandered along beside the trail
with the occasional little fall

or rock formation.
We finally got to the actual falls, after about half a mile.
The sign said that before the source of the stream was dammed,
the sound of the water could be heard a mile away, at the Ruins.
Husband estimated the height of the falls to be 6 to 7 yards. Rather than heading back to the car, we took the other 
branch of the path, toward Landriault Lookout.

Then we walked about a mile along the road to get to the parking lot where we had started.


Anonymous said...

Pretty skies & fall colors!

Anonymous said...

Hiya Judy,
I like your pictures very much indeed. So soft and romantic.
9423 is the loveliest in my eyes.

Carolina Mountains said...

Lovely walk and falls. The colors are just brilliant.

Kay L. Davies said...

What a wonderful walk on a lovely autumn day. The reflection in the last photo is so soothing. Thank you for sharing your lovely photos.

Kay, Alberta

George said...

Thanks for taking us along with you on this beautiful hike. I really enjoyed your photos of the waterfall.

joo said...

Lovely post Judy! The last photo is simply fabulous!

MedaM said...

I completely enjoyed all the photos you posted. Thanks for sharing this lovely place and autumn colors with us.
Have a wonderful weekend!

Deb said...

great the last one...

Lorac said...

What a great walk! I would love to see this area. Maybe in the future!


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