Weekly Photo Challenge: SUMMER
SUMMER in Toronto, Canada means a lot of things and not all of them good. The hot, humid air brings wave after wave of smog warnings you can see as brown haze choking the city. Endless road construction makes sitting in your car in bumper to bumper traffic feel like you’re living in Dante’s Inferno.
But all is not bad. Drive an hour and a half north and you find yourself in cottage country. Immediately, the air smells better and your whole body relaxes. “The Chef” discovered this picturesque swimming hole on a random drive along a country road and it’s now our little secret (and a handful of friends we’ve brought to this spot). We usually have the place to ourselves and spend a leisurely afternoon swimming, idly chatting by the water, and then barbecuing steaks on an impromptu fire on the rocks. To me this is SUMMER.