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Visiting Goderich yesterday, I was struck by how much things had changed from a year ago, which was when I last posted about the restorations after the F3 tornado tore apart the centre of this lovely town. This is an … Continue reading
(click to expand) Goderich is a picturesque town in Southwestern Ontario and a place I often visit for its scenery. In 2011, it was hit with an F3 tornado which tore through the downtown. Above is the old livery stables … Continue reading
A brook in Ben Miller (a small village near Goderich) hurries down the gulley. As it hits the flats of a large valley, the stream widens. The little stream joins the Maitland River The Maitland River empties into Lake Huron, … Continue reading
(1200×900) A canoeist’s paradise.
(Click to enlarge) Nestled close to the Lake Huron coastline, the farms eke out a fairly good existence in the prevalent sandy soils. This house and barn caught my interest for the gingerbread trim on the porch, the cleanliness of … Continue reading
The trains used to run between Auburn and Goderich, but now it has become a walking/bicycle trail in the summer and a snowmobile route in the winters.