Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Mill at Campbellcroft, Ont.

Is this a beautiful old mill? Not really, but it is rustic beyond belief! This little mill is located just south of Campbellcroft on a side road you may never have had any reason to travel, unless you were hiking part of the Ganaraska Hiking Trail located here. Okay, there is not much else to […]

Callaghan’s Rapids Conservation Area Review

To find this place, just get to Marmora on Hwy #7 from wherever you are, and go West on Hwy #7 to Tiffen Rd. Go South on Tiffen Rd.  Turn left on Callaghan Rapids Rd. and follow that to the parking area. There are 3 trails from the parking area, and they all lead to the […]

Millbrook’s Historic Churches

This was to be the first of a couple of posts that will take our readers on a tour of some beautiful and most importantly, unusual grave markers. My main purpose was to highlight the grave stones, but two beautiful old churches found their way into this post instead. A future post will feature more […]

Strange Things I Have Seen – Arboreal Meadow Flowers

Yeah, this isn’t exactly unheard of, but it still caught my eye. This lovely patch of meadow flowers (ox-eye daisies) were photographed during a “backroad cruise”. The day was just too damned hot to be walking in, so the wife and I took a drive. So why did these rather common meadow flowers catch my […]