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North America » Canada » Ontario » Stayner October 6th 2009

Biking Penetang's Waterfront and TINY township Trails The Basics: Number of times biked: 3 Last updated:{/b August 2015 Location: Penetanguishene (aka Penetang) to north of Elmvale Ontario Distance: 23 kilometres Trail Surface: crushed stone and some paved Access & Parking: Trail Head (and see below) Trail Head: none found Washrooms: in the towns (& see below) Towns on/near trail: Penetanguishene, Perkinsfield, Wyevale, Elmvale Water: only in the towns Signage: fair Rest areas: few Garbage disposal: limited Rest Areas: few Points of Interest: some Other: As the name indicates, The Tiny Township Trail is located mostly in the township of Tiny in Simcoe County, and does not refer to the size of the trail! It is a rail... read more
Tiny Trail - sign
Tiny Trail - Penetang
Tiny Trail - Wyvale

North America » Canada » Ontario » Stayner October 11th 2005

Canada celebrates its Thanksgiving a little earlier than the USA. We celebrate it on the second Sunday of the month of October. It's a peek weekend for the leaves and it is a good harvesting time. Many Thanksgiving traditions in Canada include a church service followed by a turkey dinner with all the fixins! This pas weekend we were pretty relaxed. On Saturday we went around town to the various markets and bought lots of fresh Vegetables and fruits. We then cozied up on the couch and watched a canadian tradition....Hockey is back! I made some snack and we sat and watched the Toronto Maple Leafs play against the Montreal Canadians...otherwise known as "The Habs". How perfect...two rivals! Although we were rooting for the different teams, my husband and I had a great time...I'm a Habs ... read more
Let's go for a drive
My man...ready to go!
Typical field where we live.

North America » Canada » Ontario » Stayner October 4th 2005

This is my home in Stayner. We live here in the wonderful charm of a little town just about an hour and a half north of the city of Toronto. Close enough to commute, yet far enough to escape.... read more
Stayner, the main strip
One of our many antique shops.
Our town gazeebo




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