Friday, September 16, 2011

Killarney rain day

On our one rainy day at Killarney we slept in late and abandoned plans to do a hike. There was a severe storm (tornado!) warning, but thankfully the storm didn't even touch us beyond a little rain and wind. During a break in the rain we did a little exploring near the lake by our campsite, and sat by the water for a bit, just relaxing with coffee. Then we went into the village for dinner at the famous 'Herbert Fisheries Fish and Chips' which is right on the water. The boat that catches the fish fresh from Georgian Bay was docked beside the outdoor dining area. The fish was amazing, and the setting and weather were idyllic. When we returned to the campground we were greeted by the most gorgeous pink misty sunset. Despite the rain, it turned out to be a great day.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

new website!

I finally got my new website finished! Please let me know if you notice anything glitchy.

Thanks to Geoff and Steve C. for their advice!!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011


I can't believe my show is opening tomorrow night! I'm sorry I didn't post the details here sooner. 
If you live in Toronto I hope you can make it! Here's the info:

 Carly Waito
September 8 - October 2, 2011
@ Narwhal Art Projects, 680 Queen St. West
Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept. 8th from 7-10pm

More info at the Narwhal Art Projects website.

Saturday, September 3, 2011

The Crack

The Crack was by far the most challenging and impressive trail we hiked at Killarney. It leads through forest, rocky landscapes and up and through a massive crack in the quartzite ridge. At the end is a spectacular almost 360 degree view. The rocks were unreal - so pale and almost waxy - glowing in the bright sunlight.

(The photos in my previous post that Andrew took are from the Crack too.)

West view from the top