|Donna, an historian|
Off we went to pick up our friends. They live in Kingston. Married 25 years, they are a precious Donna wrote a book about Rene Caisse, a famous Muskoka nurse who treated cancer patients successfully and fought the medical community.
couple, managing various health issues. They are busy, active in the historical society, Donna is a retired librarian and researcher. They knew my late mother, Donna worked with her, and sang in the Elderberries – a Muskoka choir, and were great friends.
A feature of Wolfe Island is the Wolfe Island Wind Project, a wind farm developed by Canadian Hydro Developers and now owned and operated by TransAlta. The 197.8 MW wind plant consists of 86 wind turbines, which have been in commercial operation since June 26, 2009.This is currently the second largest turbine project in Canada.
|We visited them in Kingston|
It is a small island, and the bakery and restaurants were mostly closed. They depend upon tourists for their income, and it was a cold, bitter ferry ride Dec. 31st. There are several beef farms, and a small town, Marysville. It is a popular place for people to bike, and many birds migrate across it, with wide open roads and startling views.
We visited the cemetery, and drove from one end of the island to another. The largest of the Thousand Islands, Ontario -124 km², there are many birds. With a population of 1400, people must take the ferry to and from Kingston. Some people don't even have cars, hopping onto the ferry to go to work downtown.