Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photo 

Inuksuk and Winter Landscape

Even though our calendar tells us that spring has sprung and many of my blogging friends have published photos of blooming spring flowers, Old Man Winter refuses to leave here at Arrow Lakes country. The picture leaves no doubt that we will have to put up with a few more weeks of winter until all the snow has melted to make room for the colourful harbingers of spring. For me, it was a joyful moment to discover that someone had taken the time to build the inuksuk on one of the log booms resting on our beach.
I will take a short break from blogging to visit our sons and family. When I return after the Easter long weekend, I hope to present more spring-related pictures to you.

12 thoughts on “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

  1. Enjoy your family time with your sons and their families. Spring will eventually come. Here in the Far North, we do not have much of a spring, just break up. One day in May, it will go from winter to summer and the leaves will pop out in a couple days. The snow melts and it gets warm and summer is here for a few short months. The midnight sun, is so refreshing.


  2. I’d not heard of inuksuk, but after looking at a couple of websites, I realized something. My mother once took a tour that included Peggy’s Cove, in Nova Scotia. Some of her photos included rock ‘sculptures’ that had caught her fancy, and I realize now that they were inuksuks like this. I wish she still were here, so I could tell her what she’d seen; I don’t remember her describing them as anything but sculptures.


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