We picked up Nancy, Doug and Giordan and headed off for an afternoon of adventure. First stop was a Habitat for Humanity store which made Hal very happy. We strolled around but didn't end up buying anything.
Next stop was to a wonderful restaurant, gift shop, quilt store. Nancy, what was it called? Anyway, it was a buffet of the most amazing home cooking and we really enjoyed ourselves. After a couple of desserts we wandered through the attached shops, especially the quilt shop. I am awed by the lovely stitching and hope I can do something that amazing some day.
We realized the afternoon was speeding by so we hurried to our next stop, the Wellington County Museum and Archives. The building and property is beautifully restored and contained several interesting displays. Nancy and I were particularly interested in the property's past as an asylum.
We left just as the museum was closing, determined to find one more letterbox.
I am so glad we did. GAQLBE08 - Scottish Highland Games is a blue diamond box which means it is highly rated by boxers. We would never have known about this scenic location otherwise.
Nancy showed us where she worked and where she lived. She has a shopping mall under her building so she doesn't even have to go outside to shop. How cool is that?
It was an awesome day, ending with an impromptu didgeridoo concert and plans to go zip-lining. I wish my video of the concert had turned out better but there was so much background noise you can hardly hear it so I didn't bother to post it.