Tuesday, December 10, 2013

A freezing river runs through it

Wandering along Main Street in Erin, Ontario we heard the rush of falling water and found a river that ran behind the cute stores in the small town. The creek was dammed at Charles street and the large pond upstream was covered in a thin layer of ice. Fast water right at the dam was holding back the formation of ice, but you could see the crystal growth of the ice nearby.
For some reason there was a sign posted right at the top of the dam. No, it wasn't no swimming, no diving or no trespassing - it appeared to say 'no young girls licking ice cream cones at the dam'.
You really have to wonder why the sign was found to be necessary

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