Sheboane Bed and Breakfast
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... seen many advances since the first well in 1858. I added a video to show the wooden pump jacks run by wooden jerker lines. There are 6 square miles of pump jacks pumping away producing oil, very few are the commercial type of pump jack we see in Saskatchewan, the majority are homemade and are reflected in the pictures. This was a very interesting stop and should keep Todd smiling for days! As we make our way to ...
... beer and chatting in the cottage, myself and James went for an adventure to a different beach in Bruce (the car!) armed with some fresh strawberries we had a good sit and people watch in the glorious sun. After dinner and the final remainder of the wedding breakfast eaten, it was sadly time to pack. The storm outside was raging, definitely worth a little journey in the car to watch over the lake from ...
Surprisingly no one felt over rough this morning and we were down at the cottages by 11am! There was no sign of the wedding couple so we sat around doing puzzles and playing bananagrams for the majority of the morning and afternoon as a matter of fact. Aunt Joanie bought lunch with her so we were fed and definitely watered well with all the left over beer and wine from the wedding! We energetically went for a swim in the lake to cool down and then ...
... time, making sure the bridal party knew what they had to do and where they had to stand. We had the good seats for that! However I doubt tomorrow we will be so lucky!! The rehearsal dinner started a little later so I zoomed back to get my cozzy on to meet Elise at the beach! However, when I met her, the family had told her we might die due to the waves and the rips that day as it was pretty windy and choppy out there! We considered our options ...
... the sense of under whose
jurisdiction are they taking control of the beach. Who does own the beach? This
has been a topic of conversation for years, and with this occurring it has to
be resolved now. What will be the course
of action? I am sure it is not what the beachfront owners wanted; now they have
reserve land in their back yards as well as the front yard. Oh I know, this is
not true, really, but what are the people of London to think when the come up