Goodbye Canadian Summer!

Goodbye Canadian Summer!

Barrie : Canada | Sep 21, 2011 at 11:18 PM PDT
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Last of the Summer Days

The last days of summer have seen some lovely sunny warm afternoons in Ontario this week, but not many more chances to hit the beaches remain as autumn officially starts on Sept 23rd. Canadian Autumn is always gloriously splendid, as well as being one of Canada's busiest seasons.

Small town Fall Fairs and Festivals, Thanksgiving, and Halloween are all just 'round the corner! But for now these die hard Canadians are soaking in the loast few rays of warmth we'll feel for the next six months.

Minet's Point Beach, Barrie, Ontario, Canada.

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Minet's Point Beach
overlooking Barrie from across the bay
MichelleDevlin is based in Barrie, Ontario, Canada, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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