Grey-Bruce Adventours: Wiarton By Sandra J. Howe for Aug/13 MOSAIC Wiarton has long been a favourite destination for me, not only as a gateway to the Bruce Peninsula, but as a lively, historic community. It retains much of its pioneering feel: fisheries, agriculture, and quarrying are still active industries. Lumbering and furniture-making, which were critical in Wiarton’s early development, have been largely replaced by tourism. For me, it is among our most scenic towns, nestled along the…
St Jacobs farmers market
This morning we spent our time visiting St Jacobs farmers market. From St Jacobs website : The vibrant agricultural heritage of Waterloo Region has helped make St. Jacobs Country’s authentic …
Color the World! Niagara Falls | Worksheet | Education.com
Take a trip to the Canada-U.S. border with an inspiring coloring page of Niagara Falls that has fun facts of the world around him!
Sleeping Giant Provincial Park
Sleeping Giant Provincial Park Deep in the wilderness of Northern Ontario lies the vast and serene beauty of Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Jutting out from the Sibley Peninsula off Lake Superior, just east of the city of Thunder Bay, this...
21 Must See Places in Ontario! - Six Time Mommy and Counting…
21 MUST see places in Ontario: are you looking to visit Ontario? Here is a list of 21 attractions, sights, museums and more you don't want to miss! - sixtimemommy.com
There is something magical about experiencing a day where you can walk across a suspension bridge as high as the Eiffel Tower, hike through a beautiful forest, climb through some deep caves and caverns, and take a tractor or train ride through the country.
Trekking & Zipping Through The Trees in Collingwood - World Traveled Family
Located between the ski hills of the Niagara Escarpment and Georgian Bay, Collingwood has really grown into a four season destination. In the Winter visitors can hit the slopes, but in the Summer there are a lot of really great places to explore.