I'm right across the road from Bass Rock, a park in Bracebridge right on the Muskoka River.
Apparently the swimming is really good, but I haven't been in yet.
Also, the high water from our spring flooding is still evident in the really high flow of the river.
Not only have I been getting familiar with my new apartment (pics to come once the couch arrives) and neighborhood, I've also been getting comfortable with my new spinning wheel.
Claudia, my Ladybug, has been an absolute dream to spin on. It's like there was no learning curve to get the yarn I wanted from it, and in fact I have spun up two yarns in the past week.
The yarns turned out just the way I wanted them too and I'm really excited to actually make them into something. Because they have such similar undertone colors, and totally opposite textures, that they would make for a really interesting woven scarf. I'm not sure who wants to be the warp and who wants to be the weft, but they go together nicely.
My Ashford wheel has found her way to her new home. One of the women in the Trillium Guild was looking for a more modern wheel to spin on because her heritage wheel is a little fragile.
So I'm getting settled in to my new spot and I'm enjoying the sound of spring peepers and my little deck from which I can see glimpses of the river and I can spend the evening reading or knitting and enjoying the wonder that is summer in Ontario.