Bondi Resort Blog

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Saturday, October 17, 2009

A Change in the Seasons

There's still a lot of colour to be seen on the hills. The hot reds are burning down into the yellows, golds and bronzes of the trees that change later than the maples, but it is still breathtaking against the dark greens of the evergreens.

It is water, however, that truly tells us that the season is changing. I was at Marsh's Falls this week, and at the base of the falls, where the water tumbles and leaps, got this shot of the water hanging as icicles on the overhanging branches.

Time to think about putting away our summer toys, bedding down the gardens, sorting out the Hallowe'en decorations...

And then thoughts turn to Christmas -- Bondi Village has a long history of providing memorable Christmas vacations for families. You can cut your own tree, the kids can play with all their new winter toys, everyone can be reminded that winter in Canada should really be a season to celebrate, not to avoid, and that is best done up here in the north, where the snow is white not gray, the skies are blue, everything sparkles, and you can still toss the occasional snowball around!

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