Since the whole of the upstairs, as well as part of the downstairs of the Museum had been under construction, I was a tad disappointed there had not been more. Also outside the main buildings, where the log home and one room Schoolhouse are situated, were "closed" for the Winter months.
Coming by a young man who worked at the Museum, I had mentioned my disappointment. He acted quickly in escorting us outside with a set of keys in hand, to give us entry into both building. Needless to say both Nathan and I were ecstatic and most appreciative of his kind gesture in doing this for us.
The day was well spent with many new memories made of the time spent with our new young Australian friend, Nathan Reynolds-Furrry, who traveled all the way from Yass, NSW to visit others and us here, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".