Albums: Christine MacKenzie Memorial Photo Gallery - A Tribute to the Late Christine MacKenzie

Christine MacKenzie Memorial Photo Gallery - A Tribute to the Late Christine MacKenzie

Christine MacKenzie Memorial Photo Gallery - A Tribute to the Late Christine MacKenzie

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Kennebec Lake 2013 - February 2013 by Chris MacKenzie and Gord Brown

Winter activities and Family Day on Kennebec Lake. Winter brings with it the opportunity to have outdoor fun, but be sure to exercise caution when venturing out on the ice. Photos: top row by Chris MacKenzie, bottom row by Gord Brown
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Kennebec Lake 2014 - October 2014 by Chris MacKenzie

The black-capped chickadee is the provincial bird of New Brunswick as well as the state bird of Maine and Massachussetts. A small song bird, it is commonly seen at bird feeders in the winter. Photo: Chris MacKenzie
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Kennebec Lake 2014 - December 2014 by Chris MacKenzie

Winter cover provides an opportunity for the ground and environment to renew itself for the following growing season. Photo: Chris MacKenzie
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Kennebec Lake 2015 - February 2015 by Chris MacKenzie

Family Fun Day 2014. In winter, weather and ice conditions permitting, people enjoy winter activities on Kennebec Lake. For the past few years the KLA recreation committee has organized a day of events to coincide with the Family Day weekend in February. Photo: Christine Mackenzie
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Kennebec Lake 2015 - October 2015 by Chris MacKenzie

Kennebec Lake's autumn colours. Kennebec Lake is part of Southern Ontario's last unspoiled lakeland. In an era of natural riches, its wild ecosystems of conifers and deciduous trees on the rocks of the Canadian Shield form exceptional landscapes Photo: Christine MacKenzie
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Kennebec Lake 2016 - February 2015 by Chris MacKenzie

Wanna go skating? Just grab a shovel. We don't really need a big rink to have some fun. Photo: Christine MacKenzie
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Kennebec Lake 2018 - January 2018 by Chris MacKenzie

Winter’s snow provides insulation for gardens, landscapes and the critters in bodies of water. It also plays an important role in replenishing our water supply. Photo: Christine MacKenzie
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Kennebec Lake Archives - Photo by Chris MacKenzie

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Kennebec Lake Archives - Photo by Chris MacKenzie

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Kennebec Lake Archives - Photo by Chris MacKenzie

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Kennebec Lake Archives - Photo by Chris MacKenzie

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Kennebec Lake Archives - Photo by Chris MacKenzie

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Kennebec Lake Archives - Photo by Chris MacKenzie

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Kennebec Lake Archives - Photo by Chris MacKenzie

Uploaded on Sun, 12/03/2017 - 16:06 by kennebec

Kennebec Lake Archives - Photo by Chris MacKenzie

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