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Inglis Falls, Owen Sound - Waterfalls, Cliff View, Bones and

Well, yesterday we ventured to Inglis Falls on an amazingly odd winter day (13oC!).

This was not our first hike to these falls, but it sure was our most eventful.

We took the kids on this easy hike to the falls. These falls are so strong and you can get such an amazing view!

As we ventured through the path and then over the metal bridge, past the look out, the kids suddenly noticed a big pile of bones between two rocks, and then a plastic bag full of what seemed to be clothes stuffed between rocks close by.

We knew the bones were not human, but something also did not feel right about the scene.

Louis decided to call the police to come out and have a look at what we had discovered. We hiked on for a bit and looped back to the area when the police arrived to investigate.

It turned out the bones were that of a deer and the plastic bags contained a few blue tarps. It looks like we possibly stumbled across an area of where a feast may have occurred? The skull of the deer was missing, however the lower jawbone was in the pile. Evan thought it was just great when the officer suggested he take the jaw bone into school today for show and tell (YUCKYYYYYYY though me and Emma!)

So, all in all, we had a great 2 hour hike out in the amazingly un-seasonal temperatures and even got a little souvenir to take home.

We love these Falls and recommend the drive out to see them!


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Posted by ksmerechanski 11:11

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