Inverness Falls Resort

This Milkweed is attracting both a bee and butterfly!

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Our guests, Regina and Gary, offered us two Milkweed plants last year and they are now about 4 ft high with lots of blossoms!  And as you can see doing their job to support insects.  (Gary shared that this is a "Painted Lady Butterfly" )

They have put us in charge of planting about two dozen more plants.  We are excited to see their success next season.

Now we just wait for the Monarchs to come.   

Gary emailed that the first Monarch have returned to their yard.  Proof )

Monarch from Gary


It's a perfect year for flowers.. both wild and the ones we have planted.


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One of the sitting areas on the lake

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Hope you are all having a great Weekend!!

We have a number of wild rose bushes on the resort property and one domestic rose bush we planted years ago.


It produces beautiful rich pink blossoms... which must taste way better then the wild roses. I came home at lunch to find a deer looking very satisfied with herself... but no roses left on my bush. Not a one!


I gave her a stern talking to. I was so mad at her!!

She headed down toward the river through the high grasses and when she reached the shore I spotted something else; something with spots.


Ok can't be mad at her anymore.

It looks like we are in for a nice weekend. We have a Cottage still open for the weekend.

Our guests say it best....

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Inverness Falls Resort

Box 38 Rennie, Manitoba R0E 1R0


(204) 369-5336


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January 1: New Years Day

February 20: Family Day

April 14: Good Friday

May 21: Victoria Day

July 2: Canada Day (observed)

August 7: Civic Holiday

Sept 2: Labour Day

October 8: Thanksgiving

December 25: Christmas


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