Power at Peacock PointFeb 23, 2010 | 2 Comments
Went for a Sunday drive this past weekend through Haldimand county. From Hamilton the hubby & I began our excursion by making our way through Caledonia. We stopped for a bit to grab some pizza for lunch and check out some Antiques at the Haldimand House by the historic Caledonia Bridge. I was very glad to find a beautiful ornate mirror which I had been on the hunt for to replace the very blah one I’d been using in my bedroom for years. I made a note of definitely wanting to return here when the light & weather is a bit nicer to get some shots of the bridge and town.
From here we pressed on through the countryside with the lake as our destination, admiring the houses along the way. We stopped by a seasonal variety store in a little lakeside cottage town called Peacock Point and found our way down to the water. The sun was beaming down and despite the fact that we were on an icy lake in February, it was really warm and lovely. To our west was a clear yet sorta eerie view of the Nanticoke Power Plant. I couldn’t help but feel a little bit uneasy and nervous to breathe deeply being so close to it. After a while we said bye to the lake, hopped back in the van and made our way home :)
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