Sisters' Reunion, continued. After an exciting day at the quilt auction on Saturday, we wondered if we would all feel like driving out to Elora on Sunday, but we were all ready and up and out early, driving through the beautiful Mennonite farm country to visit a place where we all held some memories of visits in years past. Elora is a vey old village with many beautiful stone mill buildings and a very popular destination for a day of boutique shopping, walking, and dining. When we arrived it appeared there was some sort of motorcycle rally taking place. You can read a bit more about Elora at this link.http://www.fergus-ontario.com/elora-gorge-rock.htm
There are some lovely doorways on the shops lining the old part of town. It reminded Anne so much of France, where they visit often. Love the little doggie on the bottom of this door.
As you can see, "Aunt Bebo" was the first to get a big hug from the most beautiful and willing Penny.
I'm sorry for all the delay in finishing posting the rest of our trip adventures. Summer has arrived with a most oppressive, dark and dank vengeance here, and I am using my energy to work and get through each day. We have not seen the sun in well over a week and the humidity is at 97%. Sleeping is elusive as my ancient AC cannot keep up. The house feels like a swamp.
On the plus side, there are beautiful local strawberries, and a bit of preparing and freezing of said luscious treats, is in process.
Love to all....