The aim of our day trip was to combine a couple of tours: The Grey County Waterfall Tour and The Saints & Sinners Bootlegger Run. It was a lovely combination of stunning natural beauty, and tasty visits to craft brewers and cideries. We by no means were able to hit more than a handful of the stops, but that only means that we will just have to go back! There's another tour I'm interested in taking in that same area, perhaps later this fall: The Apple Pie Trail.
First stop - breakfast in Durham
Inglis Falls near Owen Sound
Whenever possible - we must check out every music store or pawn shop to check out the guitars. I guess this makes up for the forced stops at every fabric store.
Neustadt Springs Brewery - the oldest operating brewery in Canada.
Hoity Toity Cellars near Mildmay, where we sampled a number of ciders, and brought home a couple of bottles to enjoy.
After a full day of driving, we met my sister and her husband in Elmira for dinner at The Crossroads. They had been on their own day long adventure, near our neck of the woods. I was sure to hand over any literature about our trip, so they could enjoy the sites we visited.