Wednesday, July 30, 2008


On one of the last days we spent in Canada we went to Upper Canada Village. A very educational and interesting place. A lot of the buildings here were moved from their original locations to make way for a new waterway. Whole villages were submerged under water as a result and Upper Canada Village was preserved as a reminder.
It was incredibly hot and yet life in those days went on. These kids have all the traditional garb on. I don't know how they could stand it.
The saw mill was by far the most interesting to observe in action.A fancy lunch with the girls, Aunt Mandy and Nana.
The favorite Aunt Mandy.
Before leaving, we celebrated one more birthday. It was P-Nana's (Great Grandma) 101st birthday! This is one amazing woman! We love you P-Nana!

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