Autumn Adventures in Muskoka
Throughout this past spring, summer, and fall, my husband and I enjoyed seven camping excursions in Ontario in our Airstream. We were out for a total of eighty days.
I wrote about the major trips in previous posts, One Magic Island is Enough (June in Muskoka), My Fabulous Frog Encounter (June in Point Pelee), and Visiting Northern Vistas (August in Manitoulin, Lake Superior, and Lake of the Woods).
I was able to paint and gather extensive inspiration for new artwork, while enjoying hiking and boating in these beautiful regions.
We concluded the camping season with a ten-day stay just west of Algonquin Park. Our timing was perfect, and we witnessed some of the loveliest fall foliage we have seen in years.
The weather was sunny and mild for most of our stay, and we hiked almost every day as the fall colours came to full glory around us. It was a truly magical time and now I have enough fall foliage photos for decades of paintings!
It was impossible to whittle down my best shots to just a handful for this post, so I made a video slideshow instead.
Click on the image below to view a glorious autumn in Muskoka, seen through an artist's eye (3-minute video). Enjoy!
Thank you to my friend Roger who took the photo of me beside the Oxtongue River, shown on the title page of the slideshow.
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