Late summer blooms,
invite afternoon strolls,
in Riding Mountain National Park.
your fragrant footsteps.
in September sun.
We are home now but it is still, cheers to you from Riding Mountain National Park~
Cheeky little chippers,
stand their ground when you come close!
Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba Canada has a ‘Red Chair Program,’ where two red Adirondack chairs are placed at random, often remote locations throughout the park, encouraging you sit for a spell and soak up the scenery.
The park consists of 1,146 mi² of mostly remote, scenic forest.
It is filled with pristine lakes,
and endless opportunities to soak up the solitary scenery.
Unfortunately we were a bit too early to see the birch leaves turn.
Cheers to you from Riding Mountain National Park~
We are in Clear Lake Manitoba staying in a remote cabin.
There are wide open tracts of nature here with nary a person in sight.
We are heading further north soon, to Hudson Bay, to hopefully spend time with belugas and bears, and any other critters we may meet..
I gathered these late summer wild flowers in the meadow behind our cabin, eating wild raspberries as I browsed. We are enjoying the flowers as you can see on the cabin’s screened porch, watching deer in the meadow.
There is no wifi in our cabin, and wifi will be even harder to find as we head further north, so I am out of touch. I will check in when I can, but until then, it is cheers to you & be well from beautiful Manitoba~