Adventures in Snow

Finally!! A day out of the house! With my friends Nigel and Dave I headed north to play in freshly fallen snow. With Nigel about half an hour behind us, Dave and I decided to check out an abandoned house close to the Traverston Mill – our destination for the day.

Abandoned Home

Abandoned Home

This pale yellow house stood silently amidst the snow. It was different from ones I’d recently come across. I really loved this one as you could see right to the trees in the back through what was once the front door. After some¬†minutes here we jumped back into the car to meet Nigel at the Traverston Mill.

 

Traverston Mill

Traverston Mill

The mill stands along the Saugeen River and was built in 1856 as a saw and gristmill. Running until 1955 it was eventually sold and turned into a private residence. Standing three stories tall above the river it is one of the nicest I’ve seen to date. Too soon I had to head out to another kind of photo shoot, so I left Nigel and Dave to have some more picture-taking fun without me.

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