We went to Elora for lunch and some sight seeing. It's a very beautiful, old town. My daughter's wedding reception was held at the Elora Mill Inn. We spent the night there, in a room with ancient windows and walls which were approx. 30 cm thick. It was at the back of the Inn, so you could hear the water from the river rushing down the rapids and what was the mill race. Unfortunately, the Inn is closed for renovations.
Along the walking path were several other ruins. Some were the remaining foundations of a building or a pile of stones. This one was pretty big and you could tell something about it. Trees were growing inside of it and the path up to it was quite steep. I wonder what that building was, all that many years ago? Was it someone's home, or a factory, or something else? It was quite secluded, although it could all be recent growth. It was pretty and must have been an impressive building in it's prime.
We headed home using a winding, unknown road for a most scenic drive. Of course, we got here and it was still grey and dreary, but such is life. It was still a lovely day out.