Today is the last day of summer. With a nip in the air each morning, the sight of trees beginning to change colour and the need to wear a sweater more often, I’m preparing for the coming Fall season and thinking of memories from Summer 2012.
Before we officially welcome autumn, I’m taking a moment to reflect on some of our summer experiences. Although we didn’t have too many opportunities to travel this year, we did have some mini-road trips that expanded our knowledge of Ontario’s best attractions.
In no particular order, here are the top five memories from Summer 2012.
Explored Eramosa Karst Conservation Area:
Saw the Albion Falls in Hamilton, Ontario after a major rainfall:
Climbed up the hills of Kelso Conservation Area for the first time:
Visited Long Point Provincial Park and the beach for the first time in the summer:
We received a His and Hers coffee from a sweet, older lady working at our local Tim Horton’s, before we headed our for an early morning road trip:
The bonus to this was the “Enjoy” and her great personality, despite it being 5:30 a.m. in the morning
What were your most memorable moments this summer? If you have a link to a blog post about your awesome experience, share it!