On this day in 2015 I shared with you a rather fabulous stroll beside Lake Erie. You could jump in the water here and swim to Canada, a few brave persons have done so in the past.

Presque isle

Not me though! I just enjoyed the Pennsylvanian shoreline, you can read about my walk here. Whilst I have your attention perhaps I can persuade you to share a past square too. There are multiple ways you can Square this month including;

  • Sharing on this day moments from previous posts as well as favourite squares and leftover squares from a previous theme
  • Re-posting previous square posts which didn’t get much attention when they first appeared
  • Having fun with the word ‘past’ by sharing squares of history and heritage, and that includes past holidays!
  • Taking brand new photographs that would have been perfect for a previous theme
  • Or if you have only recently discovered squares why not delight us with themes you missed. I have listed all previous themes in this square

95 thoughts

  1. I don’t know if Lake Erie is as cold as Lake Superior 32.4°F / 0.2°C, but I sure would not want to swim in it. I adore your photos Becky.
    BTW, Lake Erie average water temp is 32.4°F / 0.2°C – they are exactly the same. COLD. Those are winter temps by the way.

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      1. Pretty sure I wouldn’t be one of those jumping in and swimming (to anywhere) even in the summer months 😂 but I would relish lounging by that tree and enjoying the view.

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  2. It’s great that you are sharing photos from past posts especially those that didn’t get much attention back in the day. it looks like a lovely place to be. The mystery plant btw is Pokeweed or pokeberry (Phytolacca americana), but you probably know that now.

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