I want to share some more photos with you that I took in Kagawong. The first two are of a church called St John the Evangelist and it is right next door to the town dock. What made this church so interesting is it is built from different boat parts donated by it's congregation and various donors. For example, the bell came from a railway locomotive, outside on the front of the church above the vestibule is a ship's wheel which came from a pulp barge which sunk in the bay, the anchor over the memorial pulpit was donated by a man who used to be a light house keeper. Speaking of the pulpit or should I say typing of the pulpit, the pulpit itself is constructed of the bow of a boat that sank in 1965 with the loss of 4 lives.
to and from the waterfall I took several photos I want to share with you.
We are now in a marina at Blind River in the NE corner of Georgian Bay. We had a very rough day on the bay due to gale force winds so have taken shelter in a well protected marina. Yesterday, the weather was so calm it made the bay look like a mill pond (what does a mill pond look like?).
I even got a picture of a spider spinning her web. She had only 5 legs and one of them looked like it had pincers.
We passed two interesting sights on our journey to Blind River. One was a house built on a granite island attached to a separate island by a very long suspension bridge. We guessed the bridge to be approx 70 feet long. There was a young boy on the bridge when I took my photo. I do not think I would like to cross the bridge in a heavy wind.
Kingston Rover Great Loop Map