G and I spent the weekend in Kingston at Scots on the Rocks. Scots on the Rocks Annie and daughter were our gracious hosts and we had a superb time! We to- and fro-ed with Via1, which I’m telling you, is the best way to travel anywhere in Canada. I simply adore it! Here’s a load of picture from our 4 days away.
We were lucky that Ontario’s official flower, the trillium, was in full bloom everywhere this weekend. Here’s a sampling of some of the trilliums we saw.
4, 5 & 6) trilliums
There was some hiking with a baby who clearly does not want to wear hats.
10, 11 & 12) the hat was eventually dislodged
13 & 14) G fished [using the traditional method] and canoed
15, 16 & 17) G reflected in the lake
And, of course, there was FOOD!
18) to-die-for kebabs I whipped up on the bbq
In the end though, it was all about seeing Annie and the baby and some of Kingston.
21) the baby; 22) Pan Chancho Bakery; 23) the waterfront at Kingston
24) me looking all scruffy coming back on the train today
RYC: Somehow I got the impression that your family supported each other. The way you speak of the now says it all.
very nice pix…nice view…cute kid
That looks like a great weekend! The flowers – the lake and even the baby who does not like wearing hats. Warn the baby I did not like it either and now I am bald. Of course the baby is too. lol lol
such beautiful scenery!|the lake (?) looks so inviting.and, of course, such an adorable baby!
The food looks tasty!! What a cute baby…such round face & head too!!
Oh my, the trillium pics look gorgeous. I always thought they were white. And I can practically hear the kebabs sizzling in the grill. Mmm…
Actually, those curry chips look really good…I am a chip addict.
RYC: Hm…if only it were that easy.