We had a great workshop with Main Street art Centre in Lake Zurich. David R Becker was kind enough to lend us his fantastic studio in McHenry. Frankie Johnson organised everything and really looked after us.
After the workshop we headed up to Sudbury in Canada to catch up with my brother, Wayne, and his family. They have a camp on Whiskey Lake, so we spent some time there exploring the lake and walking through the woods in search of Bear and Moose.
David R Becker’s Studio, McHenry
Old Sudbury Hospital with a new coat of paint.
Sudbury Rib Fest where they cook or smoke anything for fame and fortune.
It was all too much for some
Massey General Store
Pond on the road to Whiskey Lake
Falls at Whiskey Lake
The Woods full of Maples, Cedars, Birches, Oaks and Pines
Wayne and Monique’s Camp on Whiskey Lake
Mountain Ash Berries
Woods around the Camp
Old Log Cabin on Whiskey Lake
Old log outhouse leaning to the left
Old iron outhouse leaning further to the left
Dinner at the camp with Wayne and Monique
Off across the lake in Monique’s dingy
Last of the old trapper’s cabins on Whiskey Lake
Through the trees to Whitefish Lake
Dingys stored on Whitefish Lake
Small spotted frog
This was the only Moose we saw
Except for this one, which didn’t look too healthy
Old Lake boat – Killarney
Killarney General Store
Three Balancing Turtles
Love all your posts – great pictures – I’m living life vicariously
Ditto what Kay said! I’m looking forward to seeing the product of this adventure. Angela.
Wonderful images, they make you want to go visit,Wendy
Thanks for sharing your photos and comments John, I love seeing them. What an amazing place!
What a wonderful experience you’ve had. probably don’t see your brother too often
So interesting that you were in our part of the world — just got back from camping/hiking at Killarney, so beautiful right now. Your photos are lovely, especially the turtles.