I've been back in Canada for 4 months now. Time has passed quickly so far, although it still feels like I left Devon yesterday. Strange how that goes. Canada sure has been busy over these past months. Spending time between two homes - good ol' Toronto and the new house in Mooresburg. My parents bought the house just over a year ago, and I have been enjoying as many visits as I can fit in. The house itself is beautiful (of course, I seem to have forgotten to take a photo of it...too distracted by sticks and snow). It used to be a general store, and is filled with beautiful old bits and bobs. Spending time there feels like stepping back in time slightly; cooking on the wood stove, entertaining ourselves without the internet (gasp!). Long walks and lots of wildlife. It's lovely!
So here are just a few of my favourite photos from my time at 'the Store'. The Mooresburg General store, that is...
Spilled potatoes by the side of the road...no idea...
The Amish schoolhouse. Brave folks were using the outhouse when winter reached -35!
Lucy the dog having just lost a precious stick in the snow. She was not happy.
There is a river running through the property. This is one of the many surprise bogs (that's what I call them) that I continuously seem to be walking into. Lucky it's all been frozen over recently
If I had been missing snow whilst in England, this winter in Mooresburg certainly made up for it. It's been seriously beautiful.