Country Living

I am back from Canada and ready to start working on the custom orders that await me – while I get back to the sewing machine, here are some photos from my trip that I have to share.

Westport, Ontario, Canada
Westport, Ontario

Westport, Ontario, Canada
Westport, Ontario

Forfar, Ontario, Canada
Forfar, Ontario

Delta, Ontario, Canada
Reenacted living quarters inside an 1810 gristmill in Delta, Ontario

Delta, Ontario, Canada
Display inside an 1810 gristmill in Delta, Ontario

Westport, Ontario, Canada
Westport, Ontario

6 thoughts on “Country Living”

  1. What wonderful photo’s. So glad you had a great time. I LOVE the grist mill living quarters..how wonderful…that wood stove looks just like our woodstove ~ how funny.

    :)Doreen

  2. Gorgeous pix of Ontario Stephanie. Looks a really beautiful place to live. I love the mill building too. Fascinating to see how people lived then. As for that huge barn, what an amazing building. If it were in England it would have been renovated to within an inch of its life and people living in it.

  3. Doreen – I loved the Gristmill living quarters too! The floorboards were my favorite, I miss living in a house with amazing wide floorboards. One day it will happen again… and I would love to have a wood stove too!

    Cathy – I thought the barn was amazing too! It was on the property of a fixer-upper house my husband and I were considering buying, but it must have sold right before we saw it. (All for the best though, as I am just now learning that immigrating to Canada is quite a lengthy process anyway! We were getting ahead of ourselves.)

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