Charlotte Street continued
A rare Chevrolet Corvair – rear-engined and air-cooled.
At Townsend Street we turned right and went into the farmer’s market. Inside the building on the left were the craft stalls plus stalls selling fresh eggs and vegetables. The right side of the building was filled with food stalls and tables.
After a wander around we went back up to Charlotte Street where more cars and trucks were arriving.
I called in the thrift store but couldn’t find a replacement hat. This sign was on a closed shop.
Back where we had joined the street was a Tim Hortons and we went inside and joined the queue.
This was an interesting coffee shop as it didn’t sell lattes so we just had a drip coffee and a cake each. The seating area was full and we went out across the road and sat on a wall in a parking lot.
The coffee and cakes were surprisingly good and we went back into Hortons to lose our trash and then we found a table with seats. Looking around as we can see lots of people on the Internet and we joined them for a quick download of email and WhatsApp messages.