February 26, 2016

Barbara A. Martindale- For What It's Worth July 22, 2013

There was a bit of a mystery surrounding the Seneca plaque or tablet, as they once called it, when Special Projects acquired it for mounting at the Caledonia cenotaph.

Following the refurbishing of the cenotaph are...

February 19, 2016

Barbara A. Martindale- For What It's Worth July 16, 2013

In the early days of railroading, the 1850s, the Buffalo, Brantford and Goderich (BB&G) line later came under the control of the Grand Trunk Railway Company in 1864, passing through Moulton township.

The Grand Heri...

February 12, 2016

Barbara A. Martindale- For What It's Worth July 8, 2013

Picnics, the old fashioned kind, seem to be a thing of the past. The days of spreading a blanket and laying out a delicious, carefully prepared luncheon under a tree just doesn't seem to happen anymore.

Way back in...

February 5, 2016

Barbara A. Martindale- For What It's Worth July 2, 2013

Every time one of the many scrapbooks are scanned, many articles pop up to add to the history of Caledonia.

This time it surrounds a 1990 scrapbook. Can that really be 23 years ago?

Country Cousins opened in the new...

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