there and back again…

We went on a trip to the Bruce Peninsula over the Labour Day long weekend. I would love to show you the hundreds of pictures I took but that might be a bit boring… so I brought back for you highlights of the trip, which deserves a haiku (or three :D)!


Sunny, mossy trails


with mushrooms along the way


and tales of stone caves.


Wise words to ponder


as the creek led us to find


where the water falls.


Water clear as glass


beneath it, the past stood still

as the river flows.





I like writing haiku’s, even though I’m not very good at it. It’s like people breaking into songs when they’re excited. I break into haiku’s!

And I really wanted to bring back for you the sound of the creek, which we followed to find Indian Falls. Felt like I could sit on a rock in the middle of the creek and listened to it for hours and not be tired of it. 

If you mouse over the photos and click on the hyperlinked words you can read more about the places where the photos were taken.

It was overall a really cool trip! I didn’t expect to hike the Bruce Trail (I’m not a very active person), but I ended up doing a bit of that while getting to the caves. 

I would love to visit again, maybe in a year or so, because we didn’t have time to visit the Grotto and the Flowerpot Island, which has a small museum, light station, and more caves!

Have a great weekend, everyone! :D





3 thoughts on “there and back again…

  1. Hi Trish,
    My name is Jane and I’m with Dwellable.
    I was looking for blogs about the Bruce Peninsula to share on our site and I came across your post…If you’re open to it, shoot me an email at jane(at)dwellable(dot)com.
    Hope to hear from you soon!

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