Autumn in Muskoka

Fall comes to Muskoka before it comes to Toronto. In Toronto, the leaves have only just begun to change; there’s still a lot of green. In Muskoka, the leaves have turned and fallen. The sun is still warm, but the air is crisp. Birds and animals are getting set for winter, and the woods are full of fluttering and scurrying.

I spent Thanksgiving in Muskoka with my family. These are some of the things I saw.

(Click on any photo to launch gallery.)

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