We had company this weekend: Cuppa's sister and husband. We took a ride out to Wheeler's Pancake House and Sugar Camp at McDonald's Corners (see on map in new window — zoom in and out as desired). We've been there before, more than once, but it's a nice place to take visitors. It was a pleasant drive followed by a fine breakfast in a wonderfully crafted building.
There's a neat, little museum on the property. Since Cuppa is still nursing a sprained ankle, she sat placidly on the porch under the flowerpot while the three of us poked our noses hither and thither. Below Cuppa's picture is a photogenic shed (if that's possible for a building) that I've also captured previously (in this post).
Afterwards we drove our visitors about. One stop was here at the old Sawyer's House in Heron Mills (mapped here).
BIL is quite a shutterbug and has a wonderful new camera, so we next stopped at Almonte where he snapped away to his heart's content. But this photo is mine, taken on Cuppa's little camera. Of course, I did the usual post-processing.
Of course, we did pay our respects to The Smudge. This is a recent photo taken by Mom of the wee princess wrapped in her froggy towel.
Update: After posting this blog, I decided to add this photo of my SIL walking towards that old, long abandoned house.