Established in 1917, Highway Two stretched across the entire length of Southern Ontario. From Windsor in the west to Cornwall in the east. Today much of the highway is now ‘downloaded’ to local municipal governments, but you can still drive much of the route, however the once over 800 kilometer long highway has been reduced to a small 1 kilometer length that is still signed as Highway 2. I had the day free to travel to Morrisburg for the 200th anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Crysler’s Farm (War of 1812) so I decided to take a chance and drive a part of his historicRead More →

Spending a Week up in Northern Ontario makes it hard to choose just seven photos to convey the entire week. There’s so much beauty up there. My trip took me up through North Bay, Temagami, Cobalt, Kirkland Lake, Timmins, Sudbury, and South Baymouth before returning home. So without further words on my part, let’s see here. North Bay, and the gateway to the North. From here on out the distances between towns become longer, and the roads lonelier. The Little town of Temagami as viewed from the top of an old MNR Fire watch tower, now open to the public as a great viewing platform.Read More →

So I’m weird (if you haven’t already guessed) and one of my more interesting goals is to drive in their entirty as many King’s Highways as I can. I have already done Hwy 7. But Hwy 6 I have been meaning to do for a while having done a vast majority of the Highway, but it was the section between Hamilton and Port Dover. So here it is, the town at the end of The King’s Highway Six, Port Dover.Read More →