Join us as we travel North America in our Holiday Rambler Vacationer, since August. 2006
Today was cooler and mostly overcast, but no rain. Suzie was working on some family history for her family and printed it off then we dropped them off for her brother and father we proof read, we had to drive around and find what fields they were working in thou.
working the fields
Suzie talking to her father
From here we took a nice country drive along the back roads to the St. Jacobs Farmers Market to check out the the vendors and get some fresh air. This market has evolved over the years to a major commercial enterprise from a simple Mennonite farmers market to, factory outlet malls, farm tours, tourist attractions, even a Walmart a block away. Still always a nice outing to the check out the fleamarket, meat, bakery and produce items. Then a to pick up a few groceries and back to the farm.
St. Jacobs Market
Then again thru Ontario farm country the 30 minutes drive back home. Passing a small farm with Miniature Horses in the field, What a really nice sight to see them playing just like large dogs. I think maybe too big a pet for our RV.
We did get back home and relaxed for a bit, and Dennis had finished planting the corn, 10 minutes before it started to rain, a good thing. After chores we enjoyed a nice supper of huge garlic shrimp (that we brought from Mexico) and rice pilaf and lettuce salad, then sit on the front porch and chat for a bit. But its quite cool so need to wear socks and a sweater. Summer soon ?
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