Here we go. Our second bird’s eye video — which takes a sweep around the pavilion at the Prescott-Russell Recreational Trail, north of Vankleek Hill.

When the owner of Eastern Ontario Drones — Phil Frankow — contacted The Review last week, he shared an idea — and an offer, with us.

Many people cannot go out right now and he said he wanted to give back during this stressful time and visit familiar places in the surrounding communities and give us a bird’s eye view of what the landscape looks like right now.

We thought it was a great idea and just saying — we are working on a bunch of ideas with Frankow right now. Stay tuned for those.

In the meantime, here is Phil’s video, taken near where the Prescott-Russell Recreation Trail intersects Highway 34 north of Vankleek Hill.

Want to tell us where to go? Email Review publisher Louise Sproule and tell us where to go. Now: How often do you get an invitation like that?

Here is a little plug for the kind of work that Eastern Ontario Drones can do:

  • Aerial Portraits
  • Surveys to record damage after natural events such as storms, tornadoes, fires and floods
  • Closeup Images of difficult to access locations (pilot must maintain line of site of UAV)
  • Real Estate showcase videos
Pilots are trained and Transport Canada Certified.
All Drones are registered with Transport Canada
You can see more of Frankow’s work here: