Early Colour in the Hills of Almaguin

Well finally we have had 4 days in a row without rain and the days have been pleasantly warm.    The rolling hills in Burk’s Falls are starting to show a bit of colour and some of tree colourthe trees on Ontario Street already have lots of orange.  This may be early especially for those hoping to visit close to Thanksgiving to see the spectacular display throughout the Villages of Almaguin.

Many are waiting for children to return to school and looking for the school bus schedules, school calendars and everything else we misplace over the summer months.  Thank goodness for online information!  The new renovations at Land of Lakes public bridge repairschool are nearing completion …with no time to spare and the construction on the bridge in town is also proceeding and will hopefully be completed well ahead of winter weather.

Until then the one lane over the bridge causes some delay….LOL Really! look at that traffic line up, only one car.

Be sure to visit the Burk’s Falls Fair this weekend with agricultural eventsfair climbing wall such as the horse pull, displays of farm animals and prize winning entries of flowers, vegetables and baking to have a look at. Hopefully the climbing wall returns for the young and young at heart making this a good old fashion fair that young and old enjoy.

 

Website: Burk’s Falls Fair

Highlights:

Heavy Horse Show and Heavy Horse Pull, English and Western Horse Show, Poultry, and Rabbit Exhibits, Displays, Crafts Baking Vegetable Exhibits, Vendors, Concessions, Chain-Saw Wood Carving, Entertainment, Children’s Games Area. Midway Rides (Sponsored by the 3 local Townships). Lots to Do & See for the Family. Come celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with us.

 

Many buyers have taken the opportunity to schedule viewings on properties this the last long weekend of the summer.  A few great purchases are still to be had so give me a call, email or text to book your showing today.  A new listing in Sundridge this week a lovely home on an a private acre of land with a stream and walking distance to amenities and beautiful Lake Bernard.

About Louisa Moffit

I have been a REALTOR® for the past 21 years and love the area and communities I work in. When showing property or taking listings I always travel with my four legged companions. My clients and I enjoy their company when walking through the forest viewing pristine vacant property which they are interested in purchasing. My dog’s antics through the snow is also a source of amusement to everyone. Getting serious however… viewing properties throughout the area can be a daunting task without the expertise of a real estate agent who knows the area well. That is why I am your “Go To” REALTOR® for Undiscovered Cottage Country – The Almaguin Highlands
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