Nothing captures the spirit of wandering more than a road trip. With gas in the tank and coffee in their cup holders, Britt and Jeff took off to explore Highway 62 in Hastings County, open to whatever they ran into along the way. As it usually goes for traveling without a plan, they found the best moments were those they expected least, like a cup of blueberry tea in a historical school house (hardly a “pit stop”!) and a “massive purple building” that stood out not only for its (massive and purple) exterior, but the surprising welcoming atmosphere inside. Read their full story and impromptu itinerary here to find some inspiration for your next trip into the unfamiliar.
Local’s Take is a series highlighting the staycation experiences available close to home this summer. The experiences featured in this series were hand curated to highlight fun insider spots in our region. Use these stories as your launchpad to create your own staycation in Ontario’s Highlands. Local: Jenifer Brown From: Smiths Falls Travelling: Lanark County This summer my husband and I […]