First time grandpa, Wray Brown, hugging his namesake, Dylan Wray Brown, on Hatt Street, Dundas. Life is good! Submitted by Wray Brown.
Paul Penney, a member of Branch 36 Royal Canadian Legion in Dundas, took this picture at 7:00 a.m. on November 11th. These cadets did an all-night vigil, standing there for hours at a time. We are very proud of them!
Don’t be fooled by this cute snowman made by Sandi Stirling from Dundas. It is only 6 inches tall and made from the snow created by the Zamboni machine at the back of the J.L Grightmire Arena.
“My great nephew and I were out for a walk in the Dundas Valley and came upon this buck”, writes Gail West. “He almost let us come close enough to touch him. He then laid down for a rest, while we continued talking to him. Soon after, he […]
“This was taken at Webster’s Falls”, writes Pat Brown. “I have never, in my 50 years in Canada, seen so many people here. It was beautiful, with so much water still making its way over the falls”.
“Never having been to Dundas Peak, I made the journey out there and it was certainly a beautiful place to visit!” Submitted by Garth Chivers of Simcoe, Ontario.
My niece Mackenna and my dog Lola taking a break from our weekend hike at the Dundas Valley Conservation Area/Hermitage area. Submitted by Bev Russ.
I make a point of hiking the Bruce Trail overlooking Spencer’s Gorge and Dundas Valley during the fall season for this view. Submitted by Ted Kilgour.