Springtime in Ontario

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Springtime in Ontario is a melange of weather experiences. It’s cold in the morning,  hot by noon, freezing at sunset...nevertheless, it is such an amazing time and those who have survived the insane winter, anxiously look forward to shedding winter layers and soaking up vitamin D and enjoying the heat that summer promises. (Sometimes summer is a liar  you'll u understand when you have go wear a sweater sometimes)

Summertime is such a short yet fun season in Canada that when summer rolls around or better yet when the weather begins to show any resemblance of double digit temperatures Canadians tend to go a little bit crazy  and by crazy we mean shorts, tees, sandals even if the weatherman alerts to a weekend of so called "good weather". Recently, the weatherman claimed a beautiful sunny warm weekend, BUT, God had other plans, and while people we anxiously awaiting to shed layers of wool, cashmere, hats, scarves and gloves and wear shorts, flip flops, the day was freezing. I know that those people I witnessed rushing to their cars in shorts and tank tops wished they had a warm wooly coat.

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April Showers brings May flowers and today Easter Sunday we took a walk to the local Beach the morning has been very foggy Misty very mysterious looking Bay City because we've been having rain for the last two days and weather has been simply phenomenal the weather is warming up the ice in the water is melting and it is simply a wonderful Prelude of what's to come.

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These are few pictures that I took today of our walk in and around our local area hope your Easter was a blessed and a happy one may you live to see many more have a great day.

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