Escape. Adventure. Nourishment. When you travel from a city into Small Town Ontario, these are the things you expect to find. But Aysha Tayab found something surprising hiding in the towns of Ormsby and Coe Hill in Hastings County: that familiar, sweet whiff of something so pleasant and vivid from your past that you can almost touch and experience it in the present – nostalgia. Read her story about finding multi-colored taffy from her childhood in the most unexpected of places; visiting a tea room that reminded her of her school days; and drinking a “Coehilliano” in a hidden gem of a shop that, actually, reminded her more of a rustic cabin.
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 […]