Leisurely hiking and drawing on the Bruce Trail. As members of the Peninsula Bruce Trail Club, Julie Heinrichs and Kristina Maus offer a few walks a year which also allow for opportunities to draw. They don't charge a fee; they do this for the love of it and to support hiking on the Bruce Trail!
Bring your own art materials: pencils, pens, watercolours.
Photography is an option; however, you will be invited to draw! ;-) Bring something to sit on; cushion or small foldi
The Johnstone family made an enormous contribution to the creation of the Bruce Trail. To celebrate their gift, two different writers have each offered a tribute. J. P. and Shirley Johnstone (Written by Dave Tyson) When J.P. Johnstone died in the spring of 1978, Grant Bell, one of the early pioneers of the Dufferin Hi-Lands Bruce Trail Club, wrote that the section of the Peninsula club from Tobermory to Dyer’s Bay “might be called The Trail That Jack built.” J.P. (Jack) and
They’re baaaack! And it lifts my spirits to see them once again. The sun’s warmth has finally beaten back winter’s icy hold. The mourning doves and house sparrows that frequented my feeder were like houseguests that had over-stayed their welcome. I was hoping for some fresh faces. In mid-March, the early returning birds started trickling in and the arrival of each new species felt like a reunion with an old friend. First back on the scene were the common grackles. Sure,