Thursday, August 6, 2015

Fergus and Elora

Belwood Lake Conservation Area

Belwood Lake was created in 1942 with the construction of the Shand Dam, the first dam in Canada built solely for water control purposes. Conservation area visitors can stand on the top deck of the dam and see the vista of the Grand River valley below. A stairway along the face of the dam allows visitors to walk down to its base. The flow from the dam is used to generate hydroelectricity.

8282 Wellington County Rd. 18, RR #4
Fergus, ON   N1M 2W5

It cost us $6 each to get in

We walked along The Elora Cataract Trailway
but we walked on it for 2 kilometres
and than 2 kilometres back

The 47 kilometre (29 mile) trail links the Grand and Credit watersheds and follows the old Canadian Pacific railroad bed.


9 East Mill Street
Elora, Ontario
N0B 1S0

Someone Ziplining over the Grand River

Elora the village

  Bissell Park
Elora, Ontario on the banks of the Grand River, located just two blocks east of downtown at 127 Mill Street E. The park is located across the street from the Elora Centre for the Arts.

 Dinner at
The Brew House

170 St. David Street South
Fergus, Ontario
N1M 2L3

View from window at table

The food was very good and good portions
and the service was very good too


Braised Beef Guinness stew

Nice and thick and very good size it was delicious

Chicken Pot Pie

Nice pastry over a thick sauce for the chicken pot pie


Sticky Toffee Pudding

Nice and sweet and a tasty dessert

Warm Apple Crisp

 Nice and sweet tasty dessert

Beside the restaurant

Monday, August 3, 2015

Sunflowers at Bogle Seeds

With social media and someone sharing about Bogle Seeds
it had got my attention as I like the look of Sunflowers so I showed my Husband and he said we will try and go there.
So today we did just that. 
A very nice sunny day.

It cost $5 per person to get in and you get to walk around the Sunflower field and take photos.
We were there for an hour.

Today was the last day for the season for them to be open as they will begin patrolling the fields to repel the black birds at which time it will be too dangerous for photographers to be in the fields.
It was very busy being there mostly when we were leaving many cars were still coming in.
On Saturday there was over 400 people enjoying the Sunflower fields.
We spoke to the son and he was very informative and friendly.
Great day seeing beautiful Sunflowers

LOCATION: 572 Safari Road, just West of Highway #6 

Someone made a face on one of the Sunflowers