Well, I’ve managed to get four days blog out of my trip and it was only a three day trip. 🙂
I had been past this a couple of times and assumed that it had something to do with the circus Barnums, but on closer inspection, no. It was built by Eliakim Barnum, a Loyalist. It is near Grafton.
An Anglican church in Grafton. As I was driving through I briefly noted another church tower which had a red trim on it as well. Must be a Grafton thing.
Three shots of Colborne.
Cricklewood Farm, near Brighton. According to their website, they are an environmentally friendly, community minded farm.
Driving Hwy. 2 through Trenton. As you can see, we have a red light. I am not taking photos while driving.
Some of the Air Force base at Trenton. When soldiers are killed overseas, it is always Trenton they are flown to, there to be greeted with a ramp ceremony. They are then taken by cavalcade along the 401 (Highway of Heroes) to Toronto, I guess, to the airport. Canada is a big place.
Mums for sale at Connon Nurseries in Trenton. I was told that they were the best place to get a tree. I did not purchase one this time. They were too big for my little car. Maybe in the spring.
No more pictures after Trenton. By then I had been on the road most of the day and just wanted to get home.