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I arrived back home to Cherry Hill as the dark overtook the sky. On my way here I passed the many familiar & precious bodies of water that fill our wells, water our fields, provide opportunity for sport & outdoor activity, & lighten our hearts & those of our visitors with the beautiful vistas they provide.
It is so apropos that the sign for the Municipality of the District of St. Mary's has a river as its foundation ... that is SO true to where & what we are. I thought you might find it interesting to see a bit of the incredible waterways we are blessed with here ... the waterways we are working hard to protect for our children & the many generations to come.
Although the light was waning, I was able to capture a wee sense of what we have here. What’s not included are the 4 or 5 (I lost count!) lakes & 2 good-sized ponds that I passed after leaving the St. Mary’s River & arriving at the Atlantic Ocean, a trip that took a mere 12 or so minutes!
Caption: Approaching the top of Cochrane Hill looking down on Archibald Lake. Within sight of the proposed mine.
Caption: Drinking in the river visually ... the sound of it burbling over the rocks behind me was so contentment-making.
|Caption: Oh my heart ... this is the brook that runs from Indian Harbour Lake to Port Hilford Beach on the Atlantic Ocean. We take our little ones to the section past the big tree on the left for their bed time baths in summer. A tradition we want their great grandchildren & their’s, too, to continue <3
Caption: A view of Indian Harbour Lake as the sun is almost set.
Caption: The final light at Port Hilford Beach with a sliver of moon above <3