We're here - but where?
The crowd is gathering. I am saving Daddy's chair.
Mom is holding my back because the
chairs are slippery and I keep sliding off.
Here comes the priest.
What's going on Mom?
After the caring & thoughtful service
I received the blessing of St. Francis of Assisi administered by Priest Lee.
See the cross on my head. That is where the priest gave me my blessing. You cannot really see it. but, we know it is there.
I want to look inside please.
Come on Mom.
(you should enlarge this photo)😊
He suddenly took off - most unusual
I don't like fire but I stayed with Mommy while we lit a candle and thought of all our loved ones in heaven. Human, furred and feathered.
Such a beautiful Cathedral. Build in 1853.
We went out for lunch at this very nice restaurant that likes doggies to come too.
Hello, nice to meet you, now, GET OFF my stroller.
Keating canal along side the restaurant patio.
After lunch it was time to go home. We stopped at the park for a little walk & a you know what. 😉
Thanks for sharing with me. See you next adventure.
We're underway. Hope you enjoy taking this
adventure with us. ( cyber wise)
Stopped for lunch along the way.
Tinsmith's home and shop
Inside Tinsmith's shop
Tinsmith apprentice making a grater
Trees are just beginning to
turn fall colours
Learning center for school classes
Original farm on this property.
Remember using one of these?
Looks like the wagon the "Ingall's
Family" travelled in to Walnut Grove.
Towbe does not agree with this sign.
Hellooooooo Mr. Sheep.
It is a mystery as to what is under the cover.
Harnesses and leather goods work shop.
Craftsman displaying his harnesses.
Here comes the wagon ride around the village.
l am sitting nicely!
Towbe wanted to see better.
Half Way house where the stagecoaches stopped for a rest.
Kitchen - the smell of baking bread was soooo yummy.
Games room/Beer hall.
I found the horse in his pasture
Thank you for the nice wagon ride Mr. Horse
Kisses for you
There was a REAL wedding at the village church
I bet they would have loved to have this less formal capture of them.
in the mill
Boot makers shop.
Did you know? (Read between the pink lines.)
July 7th, 1869
Meanings of some well known phrases.
Upper Canada 1846
Looking for a job?
Check out the salary.
Village community garden.
You could make a pouch of the times with
Clock makers home samples on display.
Clock making tools
No adventure would be complete without a little
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See you all soon with another special adventure tour.