All good things come to an end; saying goodbye to Summer is always a sad time for me because I’m a summer kinda girl. I love the long days and warm nights. I enjoy day trips around Southern Ontario as well as relaxing at home in our garden room, it’s my summer place where we entertain friends and family.
This summer was a special one because my third grandchild was born in August. I’ll reminisce and post some highlights.
July 1st kicks off the summer with Canada Day.
Car shows are a part of our summer fun and we enjoyed another nostalic event at the annual Crusin’ on King Street in downtown Kitchener seeing all the classic cars from yesteryear.
A road trip to a lavender farm was pleasantly intoxicating!
My first time to the annual Elvis Festival in Collingwood, Ontario was very entertaining.
The nearby beach is the longest freshwater beach in the world.
We don’t need to venture far to enjoy day trips to small towns to go shopping and blueberry picking.
There’s always time for a walk in the woods to just breathe fresh air and appreciate nature.
An afternoon shopping in Port Dover (I’ll show you what I bought in my next post) …
and a walk along the beach is always a perfect way to end the day.
thanks for the memories, see you next year!