Red Pine Rapids on the Dumone
Behind me are White Cedars, and among the mosses are Blueberries, just finishing their blooming. A Pine and a Cedar share the rocky island that separates, like the bow of a canoe, the straight channel along the far bank, from the slower water on this side.
I set up my umbrella for
shade, and spent a few hours here painting and enjoying the noisy company of the river from the solitude of my mossy perch, while Vic Dohar painted in watercolours at the canoe landing, and Jay Morrison, who brought us here, relaxed and watched.