Grey County 2014
Living in a vibrant metropolis like Toronto with all its summer festivals and street parties is exciting, but every once in a while it’s just time to get away from the big city into the… Read more.
We had really enjoyed our bike ride around Eugenia Lake, but now we were definitely getting hungry. As part of our explorations of Grey County we stopped in for lunch at the Flying Spatula, a… Read more.
After our visit to Flesherton we continued our explorations of Grey County and drove past the quaint hamlet of Eugenia Falls which is famous for its 30 metre high waterfalls that tumble over the brink… Read more.
From the Beaver Valley we drove a short distance to the pretty country town of Thornbury, which is located where the Beaver River flows into Georgian Bay. Thornbury has an attractive harbour area with a… Read more.
On our second day in Grey County, we enjoyed breakfast at the Guesthouse at Lake Eugenia. Our hostess Rosanne Caruso had made delicious crepes for us which we garnished with fresh fruit and whipped cream…. Read more.
After our visit to the Georgian Trail in Grey County it was early afternoon and definitely time for lunch. The drive from Collingwood to Thornbury along the shorelines of Georgian Bay was pleasant and it… Read more.
Now that we had explored the facilities of the Pretty River Valley Country Inn it was early evening and time for dinner. I asked inn owner Linda Proudfoot for advice as to where to go…. Read more.