The Beaver River in southern Ontario flows from the Niagara Escarpment to empty into Nottawasaga Bay, an inlet of Georgian Gay, at Thornbury, Ontario. The Beaver Valley is a deep wedge on the western side of the escarpment, formed by a much larger ancestor of this river. In 1853, the Eugenia Falls and 'Gold' were discovered by Brownlee . Hundreds of farmers rushed to make their fortune, only to find that it was pyrite known as 'fools gold' :(The river is a moderate size and at Eugenia Falls it falls into a deep gorge. Thousands of years of erosion reveal a section of the escarpment that stretches across Ontario from Niagara. A 'fall' of roots over the cliff.World War I soldiers are honoured by a statue. The Bruce Trail is a hiking trail that laces across the Grey County.
This looks like the everglades. This little fellow was about an inch long. Still a few wildflowers!
Some fall colour!
This is a type of rock that can be separated into slabs, hence the name of an area as 'Slabtown'. With a polarized lens, you see through the reflection of the waterwithout the Polaroid lens: View from the hill overlooking Georgian Bay ... Interesting perspective - road and electrical wires,like a ribbon, it runs ....Link giving information and map showing extent of escarpment: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niagara_Escarpment