Napanee, Ontario – 13 May

One day last week we had to drive to Napanee for our first Covid-19 vaccination. Yay! Finally we get ours, we have been a little slow in getting out vaccines to people. But today is our day!

We had about a 40 minute drive and we left a little earlier so we could check out the waterfront in Napanee, it’s a nice spot, we have been here several times.

It’s called the Spring Side Park and River Trail.

Bridge over the river
Park on the other side and walk under the bridge to get to the trail
I love these historical plaques telling us about our areas
Great old building, hope they don’t tear it down. It would make a great brewery!
I do love to do buildings in Black and White
Heading down from the top of the trail
Looking up the river
Interesting and informative sign

After that we received our vaccination and then headed home. On the way home we drove by the Old Hay Bay Church which is the oldest surviving Methodist building in Canada, erected in 1792. I love churches, any style or size. The architecture and history is always interesting to me.

Hay Bay Church

So that was that…………first vaccination done and a walk on the waterfront. One more vaccination to go! Hope you have all received your shot or have it booked. The sooner we get this done, the sooner we can all have our lives back. I don’t know about you but I am more than ready. It has been a difficult 17 months.

Stay safe everyone!

2 thoughts on “Napanee, Ontario – 13 May”

  1. Ihanks for sharing, I had forgotten about this location-we drive by all the time, so worthy of a stop, perhaps the next time!!

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