A couple times back in my twenties or early thirties, I would go houseboating for a week in Ontario, Canada with a group of men friends. It was a relaxing, laid back time as we boated on rivers, lakes, and canals. One got to see a lot of beautiful scenery along way and also sometimes some jealous looks when we passed by other people along the way.
The above picture shows the Petersborough Lift Locks. They were quite impressive to see in person.
This farm was part of the beautiful scenery to be seen. One night we anchered at an island out in the middle of a lake.
This was one of the groups I accompanied. In this picture we're sitting on the open air top deck of the houseboat.
This was one of the houseboats we used during those years. For eight to ten guys, it was closeknit quarters but lots of fun.
Heading Into the Sunset
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