A Walk by the Lake

Took a brief walk today, with Anne, Jackson, and Sandy. Along the way, we passed by a statue of Chief Wabaningo, a local historical figure – covered for winter.

Anne pointed out that the covering had slots for the eyes – so that the statue could continue to look out over the water – as a kind of ward or protection. I’m not 100% sure on the lore, and this was a touch unsettling to see.

Posing for a photo with Jackson.

Near the statue, we saw several workers taking a chainsaw to a very large tree trunk. We lingered for a while, watching them work. I was too slow with my camera, and caught the tree falling… but only the very last few seconds:

Games and Thanksgiving Dinner
Thanksgiving at Whitehall Lakehouse, 2021

This Post Has 0 Comments

Leave A Reply