I had been meaning to pay a visit to Caledon Highlands ever since the Vikings (Mr. Roberto Viking and Mrs. Soliel Snook-Viking) had relocated there. As soon as I stepped foot in the area, walking along the stone path as it began climbing from the lowlands of Caledon II, I realized I should have come earlier.
An amazing variety of plants was there to greet me, a dizzying array of colors on trees and shrubs, some familiar, some unknown to me. A short distance away was the greenhouse that marked Soliel's Garden Centre.
Not far away was a covered bridge over a gentle stream.
Beyond was a white church.
And what would the Highlands be without the famed Highland Coos? (I dared not get too close!)
The Vikings have a large manor house, complete with those newfangled horseless carriages.
There's even a local watering hole, the Dog and Pony Pub!
And if one needed to leave paradise, what better way than via a leisurely sail aboard a wooden ship?