Hwy #400 South Service StationGas Station / Garage • Canada
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Adventurer, Outdoor Educator, Travel Writer, Barefoot advocate
Bridges are antiquated and a real annoyance for locals.
I wish they would carry automotive petroleum here. Especially when everything is only a dollar!
Located in Grimsby, and managed by the Niagara Conservation Authority. There are hiking trails and scenic lookouts overlooking the town of Grimsby. The waterfall is difficult to reach in the summer.
Don't forget to say hello to the volunteers working at the Mourningstar Mill! http://www.morningstarmill.ca/
Used in the movie Dead Zone, this unused tunnel is rumored to be haunted!
Previously known as M&B Foods since the 1950's, Virgil Value Mart is where the Niagara-on-the-Lake locals shop!
Close to downtown shops, restaurants, theatres and parks, and designed to ensure the comfort and safety of our residents in a home-like environment, Therapy Dog Visits Every Tuesday!
This dog park is a favourite for Niagara Residents. The dog park is segregated into “small dogs” and “large dogs” in two massive, fenced in pens. Open year round...
Sadly, over the years the vessel has succumbed to vandals and been burnt. All that remains of this inland shipwreck is the burnt out steel hull of the vessel, now home to lake birds...
The marker tab needs to be moved to 333 Ontario st.
Sitting in the Sitel parking lot and Foursquare for Blackberry says I'm too far away.
RCL Branch 124 is home to a dying breed of Canadian. Canadians who fought in World War II. Be sure to stop in, have a drink, and pay tribute to those gone before us. Those who were willing to lay down