Saturday, June 21, 2014

Wheelers Again

About once a year, and sometimes twice, we visit the fine Wheelers Maple Syrup establishment, and I pretty well shoot the same photos every time and then post them to a blog. Well, why not, eh?

This is a family business, and they built the restaurant out of their own trees (not the sugar maples).
They did a fine job and serve great pancakes and sausages. I didn't take a picture of the food this time, but as usual, I snapped a few of the interior.

And I've also done the old telephone before too.

We went into the boiler room, and I snapped a few. Their process involves three boilers.

We didn't spend any time in either museum this time, but we did wander over the Uncle Henry's garage. White Rose was a Canadian petroleum company that disappeared sometime in the 1960s.

Since I have taken other photos of Uncle Henry's Model T from behind the barrier, I just shot a section of the car this time.

I am always taken with the old license plates hanging from the beams as well as the various cans and instruments along the wall.

That was the first part of our little time away last Thursday. I bet you can't guess about part two (to come), except maybe Mary G if she's reading this.


TexWisGirl said...

have i been following you a year already!? i remember this place, so i guess so! :)

Jackie said...

It is a beautiful place; I could spend hours there if I visited.
A step back in time....and I love the workmanship in the interior of the restaurant. Very inviting atmosphere...

EG CameraGirl said...

This is such a magical place to visit that I I can't fault you for wanting to photograph and post the photos over and over.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

And while we neve tire of seeing this maple syrup place a little sample would be nice, eh.

Shammickite said...

mmmm... maple syrup and pancakes.... sausages. my mouth is watering at the thought!

Kerry said...

Canada=maple syrup in my mind. John & I used tap our own maples trees when we lived in rural Wisconsin, and I will never forget it.