Watch life going on

It’s difficult to go online or watch news on the television these days without being bombarded by news and information about, well, you know what.

It’s important to remember to take care of yourself. Life is indeed going on if you stop to look and see it.

For me, Jaimie and I have upped our walking to four a day now. There is noticably less traffic on our concession road. And no school buses! But, there is a small price that he has to pay – with spring coming on, he gets to meet the Furminator as we head out. So much comes off in the spring and the birds seem to like it, picking pieces up I guess for a nest.

Sometimes, it’s just the little things.

This morning, I’d like to offer a little diversion to remind you that there are all kinds of things that are still happening.

  • The Confederation Bridge
  • Niagara Falls
  • Osoyoos Lake
  • Collingwood’s Hurontario Street
  • Polar Bears

These can all be experienced by Live Camera here.

You can’t have too many polar bear views.


If you’re looking for some out of Canada webcams, here’s a nice collection.

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3 thoughts on “Watch life going on”

  1. I’d seen the Confederation Bridge cam before, but not some of these other ones. Pretty cool that you could watch the Fundy Tide come in or Niagara Falls. Sharing this with the kids!

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