This is the personal web page of Bob and Diana McElroy of Point Alexander, Ontario, Canada. Its several sections include: the communities, landscape, flora, and fauna of the upper Ottawa Valley and neighbouring Algonquin Park; a personal photo journal depicting our continuing exploration of this environment by foot, snowshoe, or canoe; a photo web log; and material relating to our family history -- the pioneer McElroy Family of Richmond, Ontario and the Graydon Family of Streetsville.
The actual point at Point Alexander, looking upstream on the Ottawa River
A guide to the latest updates, new pages, and changes to this web site.
(latest new page: 2013-04-14)
A collection of short photo essays documenting our exploration of the upper Ottawa Valley and neighbouring Algonquin Park by foot, snowshoe and canoe.
(last update: 2013-03-23)
This section of our website comprises pages relevant to the various themes of this site where the content, or our understanding, is incomplete.
(last update: 2013-04-14)
Bob's Family History: The McElroys were one of the original families to settle in Richmond, Ontario, circa 1820.
(last update: 2005-06-05)
Diana's Family History:
A photo web log
(last update: 2013-05-21)
The Algonquin Web references news stories, blog entries, and website updates relevant to experiencing and appreciating the natural environment, especially (but not limitted to) the Algonquin Highlands and the adjacent Ottawa Valley.