She Travels Ontario: Kincardine Ontario's Scottish Hideaway
I'm in a relationship with a Scottsman, or a man of Scottish decent, (not the one in the above picture), and this weekend we embarked on a journey to Ontario's Scottish destination town, Kincardine. Ooh, an absolutely idyllic place to be. From the views of the marina, Station Beach, and 100% charm and character, this walking town has definitely captivated me.
There are many pluses to Kincardine. The marina, brickway side streets, charming B&B's and unique accommodations, the lighthouse, volunteer manicured gardens, sidewalk cafes, and bistros, particularly, Bean's Bistro which has a vintage laid-back, and calm vibe to it. And when an establishment has captured a 10 year old boy, it's got something.
Whatever your reason for visiting, I'm positive that something will grab you and not want to let you go.
I did many things this past weekend, sailing, sunning, people watching, strolls in a garden, ate, drank, but one of the take-aways from Kincardine was the SUPfitness classes. Picture it, there I am sitting and waiting in the vehicle and in the distance I see a man walking with a large, what I can only imagine was a surf board, walking in my general direction making his way to the beach....(see below pic) :) THEN, I saw the van West Shore Surf Shoppe, and that light bulb went off (it ought to just stay on as it's always there and on).
Keep checking as we're launching overnight, full and 1/2 and SUPfitness retreats in Kincardine, ON with West Shore Surf Shoppe beginning on August 12, 2017.