Who could resist a village with a maple syrup stand like this?
Josiah R. Sing founded Singhampton in 1846. The name “Sing Sing” was also considered.
As I always enjoy the Bruce Trail,
I undertook a very muddy and steep descent into Devil’s Glen:
Some nearby botany:
On the other side of the river is a ski hill:
Here is the ski hill from the top of the escarpment:
Honeywood was settled in the 1840’s by families from Yorkshire England.
Just south of here is Airley, founded in 1860, which now consists of 5 buildings: 2 of which are former churches. These churches served about 100 people who were living here in the 1890’s.
Hard is his herte that loveth nought
In May, whan al this mirth is wrought. – Geoffrey Chaucer (1343–1400)
I’ve never even heard of these places! Fascinating, and I love the old architecture. Beautiful scenery and plants (and one bird!) Thanks, Miles!