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TLTV Ep 87 – Kincardine (Part 5)

In the fifth episode from Kincardine Ontario we’ll head back to Boiler Beach to enjoy a spectacular Ontario sunset. Watch as the sun sets over Lake Huron and the crescent moon rises in the nights sky. Enjoy!

In the fifth episode from Kincardine Ontario we’ll head back to Boiler Beach to enjoy a spectacular Ontario sunset. Watch as the sun sets over Lake Huron and the crescent moon rises in the nights sky. Enjoy!

TLTV Ep 86 – Kincardine (Part 4)

In the fourth episode from Kincardine we’ll head back to Boiler Beach as the evening sun starts to dip towards the horizon. You’ll see some beach chairs just waiting for people to come and watch the sunset, as well as close-ups of various interesting spots along the beach.

In the fourth episode from Kincardine we’ll head back to Boiler Beach as the evening sun starts to dip towards the horizon. You’ll see some beach chairs just waiting for people to come and watch the sunset, as well as

TLTV Ep 84 – Kincardine (Part 2)

We’re back at Boiler Beach near Kincardine, and in this episode we’ll visit the remains of the famous boiler from which the beach takes its name. The boiler’s remains are all that is left from the ship “The Erie Belle” which exploded and sank on these shores in November 1883. Worn and rusted now, the boiler seems to get smaller every year to to the constant erosion of the waves. We’ll take a close-up look at the remains of the boiler, and we’ll see some of the beautiful stretches of sandy beach that is on either side of it. Enjoy!

We’re back at Boiler Beach near Kincardine, and in this episode we’ll visit the remains of the famous boiler from which the beach takes its name. The boiler’s remains are all that is left from the ship “The Erie Belle”

TLTV Ep 83 – Kincardine (Part 1)

Here we are in the middle of the long dark days of winter, so maybe it would be a good idea to look at a series that was filmed in Kincardine Ontario last summer. Let’s head to the beach on the shores of Lake Huron in this first of a quick series of episodes. Kincardine is a town of 12,000 residents that is located about halfway up the eastern shore of Lake Huron, around a 3 hour drive from The GTA. We’ll start by visiting Boiler Beach during a warm summer afternoon. Boats and clouds will roll by all to the sound of the rolling waves. This is a beautiful, tranquil spot, and we’ll see more of it in coming episodes of TLTV.

Here we are in the middle of the long dark days of winter, so maybe it would be a good idea to look at a series that was filmed in Kincardine Ontario last summer. Let’s head to the beach on