Sandbanks, Prince Edward County

About two or three hours to the east of us lies Prince Edward County, an ink-blot of inlets and bays, valleys and hills, joined by an isthmus to mainland Ontario. It is one of our favourite places in the province, more rural and bucolic than Niagara and quite a bit bigger. There are some excellent wineries (and a few not-s0-good ones), excellent restaurants, breweries, cheese makers, artists, charming small towns and little villages – all in all the perfect getaway, and somewhere I could happily live, if Rob would only agree to it.

How we would make a living, of course, god only knows, and Rob is a city gal after all, as she keeps on reminding me.

Ahem. Over the next week or two I hope to share a few images. You know, barns and things. Mouldering churchyards. Here, as a taster, is a picture of the Sandbanks, on the limit of Lake Ontario, one misty morning.

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