"Almonte, Ontario"  © Jenny Stevens
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(@TimDuffus) Tim Duffus said:April 9th, 2017 (2:21pm) PDT
Great capture Jenny. Hows your Mom Doing ??
@Jennybear replied: Hi Tim... Thanks for this comment. I will send you a message.
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:April 9th, 2017 (11:45am) PDT
Intense power of the spring waters on the run. Great capture of that power, Jenny. All the best wishes for your mom.
(@ramonachiassongmailcom) Ramona Chiasson said:April 9th, 2017 (7:52am) PDT
power in the water..the best with mom..Jenny
(@Marthe) marthe said:April 8th, 2017 (7:10pm) PDT
great capture of the spring thaw! I think everywhere there is a lot of water this spring.. Hoping all is well for you& your mother
@Jennybear replied: I did not know that Marthe. Thanks so much for your mention of Mom.... I do not know if she will make 102. Time will tell. Two days of sun here....:)
(@pamelabole) Pamela Bole said:April 8th, 2017 (12:37pm) PDT reallly captured the rush of the water. Looks like a beautiful day!!! I hope all goes well with your Mom and her transfer....and I hope it is alittle closer? Take care of yourself and sending good wishes to your Mom!!! : )
@Jennybear replied: Thank you so much Pamela. Unfortunately it is about ten minutes further away than the last place .... I am glad winter driving is over.... What a noise the water made.

Jenny Stevens
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My Mom was transferred to Almonte Hospital. I cannot remember the last time I was in Almonte if ever. It is off the beaten path. A very old town on the Mississippi River (Canadian Mississippi). As you can see, there is quite the spring runoff.

Uploaded: Apr 8th, 2017 (6:59am)
Category: Travel/Vacation
GPS: Lat: 45.22518, Lon: -76.19476
Camera: iPhone 6
Focal Length: 4 mm
Aperture: f/2.2
Shutter Speed: 1/5700 sec
ISO: 32

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