Om my way to take photos of the two houses on Wyndham Street, I stopped to look at the old Windmill. I was glad to see that it’s still in fine condition. Mr. Rundle purchased it from a local farm, and there it has stood ever since
I had no real plan for the morning, so after I finished up at the pear tree, I strolled over to the old Graydon apartments and took a few photos there as well. The lower part was once a cafe called The Cheeseboard. Then later it was called The Other Side. Then lastly Alisons. I loved all three. Then they put an ugly old bar in there, and I avoided the place. Now its a Mexican Restaurant and looks interesting again.
From there I went and took photos of the little green house and the old fire hall. Both on Broadway Street. Then I found myself behind the Central Plaza, where someone had placed a few chairs next to the railway tracks. So I sat down. An old woman came along pushing a shopping cart, and so I took a photo of her as well. Then I went home.