I bet you didn't know that Manitoba has gorgeous and diverse landscapes. No, we don't have mountains, or ocean shores. But we have over 100,000 lakes. These shots are from my cabin a few weeks ago, on Lake Manitoba. It is a marshy area, abundant with fish flies, birds (lots of birds) and frogs. You can see flat across the lake and the sand is soft and white (well, not in this photo, this was a bay area).
Adam's cabin is drastically different. Located on Lee River, you're more likely to see a black bear or an otter than a flock of pelicans, and docks line the water's edge beyond lush forest.
We love our cabin life in this province.