It's my turn for the periodic, sporadic, and largely unreliable "Who are the Jamesons' new neighbors?" segment of this Journal. I took a night ramble about Caledon Downs to see what popped up since, ah, the last time. (February, in case anyone cares.)
Just a few doors away from Chez Jameson, on the border of Glengarry, where previously stood Sir Thaib and Lady Dawn's cottage, is Miss Chandra SpiritWeaver's Luminescence Court, a lovely spot styled in the manner of the Orient. I should think that house would be drafty after the snows fall, but perhaps by then we will see some remodeling.
Up the hill from our Gothic retreat, Miss Audrey Fotherington has landscaped her property extensively, and added this charming house and footbridge over the river.
Across the road from Miss Fotherington, Mr. Blake Panache has this rugged house abutting a small pond.
Tucked away in a location near the Tamrannoch border, Mr. Monty Streusel has remodeled his house and founded an organization he calls the Independent Artists of Caledon.
The Caledon's Got Talent organization has two properties (one of which is the former site of the Steampunk Resource Centre, near Glengarry; the other is Mr. Whybrow's former property, near South End). One wonders what will become of those sites after the talent shows to benefit Relay for Life.