Bike Ride through Caledon

Nigel and I decided to get out for a bike ride today. After quite a few times of talking about going to Ken Whilans Resource Management Area we finally decided that today was the day. The park is situated right on Highway 10 in the Caledon area alongside the Caledon Trailway. We decided to first go around the small lake in the park before heading out on the main trail.

Bare Tree

Bare Tree

It’s a quick trail around the lake when on a bike and there were a few muddy spots but we got through without incident. Some of the views were pretty good so I stopped to take a few photos.  Once we got back to the parking lot we headed southwest on the Caledon Trailway. As usual we stopped here and there to take some photos but it wasn’t until we passed the entrance to the golf course that I noticed the ruins of wood shed. 

Abandoned Shed

Abandoned Shed

We immediately stopped and went over to explore. What really drew me was the colours of the wood peaking through the old stain/paint juxtaposed with the plant life growing around it.

Old Shed Wall

Old Shed Wall

After photographing this shed to death we hopped back on the bikes and rode a little further. It didn’t take long before I got hungry and we headed back to the parking lot and to my favourite local diner, Caledon Family Restaurant. I highly recommend going there if you’re in the area – you’ll love it.

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