It's been a good week and now into the Weekend.
This weekend is the Anishinaabe Nibi Water Gathering in the Whiteshell. Wishing you all a successfull and enriching event.
NATURE STORY to share
The other evening we were sitting down by the river and spotted a Beaver swam towards us. The water was so calm and a beautiful blue making a nice pic as he swam by.
The Beaver swam in among the reeds very close to shore, right in front of us. In this shot the eyes record the moment the Beaver sensed we were watching. And just like that it swam away from shore and us.
40TH ANNIVERSARY fact #1- During the last 39 years, I calculated that we have made over 150,000 cookies, that we have to welcome the guests.
Hope you all have a Great Weekend...... and come see us soon.
The Cornell Family at Inverness Falls Resort, would like to say
thank you to our extended "Resort Family"
Thanks to our Guests for your friendship and support,
over the 39 years that our family has owned Inverness Falls
Resort. We are blessed to have "The Best Guests Ever"!
Thanks to the Rennie Parks Office Staff, Maintenance Crew
and Fire Tac Crew for being here for us throughout the years.
We truly appreciate your efforts in keeping the Whiteshell
beautiful and safe.
To all of the Trades People and the Business in our area, thank
you for your continued assistance.
To all our Employees, throughout the years, thank you so very
much for your help, friendship and the great memories.
And to our families & friends thanks for being part of our lives at
With our sincere gratitude
Stu, Judy, Krista & Trinity Cornell
Stu and I headed out onto the TransCanada Trail this morning in search of Crocuses. What a beautiful day.
It seems the buds are busting out all around. That first green of spring:
I love how the sunlight danced through the forest trail.
We were on the loop used also in the winter for skiing and very close to the warming hut we found them.
I don’t think Popper cared about the Crocuses, but he did enjoy exploring.