Friday, November 2, 2012

Living the Dream

The NaBloPoMo prompt for today was:

If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

My Answer is not taking into account any lottery winnings... I want to be realistic ;)

I actually really enjoy living in the small town of Cobourg, located in Southern Ontario, Canada


It is a small town, but with its location on the 401, you have easy access to bigger areas like Toronto and Kingston.

I have lived here for 6 years and the town has grown on me more and more every year. 

We have an amazing beach which is actually only a 15 minute walk from my house



Photo from Internet


West Beach (Bonnie Brown)
There are lots of festivals and events to keep you entertained and out of trouble

Sand Castle Festival (Bonnie Brown)
Harvest Festival (Bonnie Brown)

I am also not too far away from these great places:
  • 1.5 hours from Toronto, Ontario (home of the CN Tower as well as many other things
  • 4 hours from Ottawa (Our Nations capital as well as home to my Ottawa Senators)
  • 2 hours from Kingston, Ontario
  • 3 hours to Watertown, NY (Popular cross boarder shopping location)
  • 5 hours to Binghamton, NY (Location of the Senators Farm Team)
  • AND MOST IMPORTANTLY - My LNS Knowledge and Needles - just 30 mintues away :)

Tomorrow I am off for a mini road trip again... My hometown for a quick visit with my friend Amy, Meeting my Mom for lunch, and a stop at a local quilting store to pick up something for Kathy
Have a great weekend!!


9 comments:

Cole said...

Sounds like a nice little town! And boy, I'm always amazed what people can do with sand!

Good luck with NaBloPoMo!

Amy said...

Ok, I have just found us a new summer date!!

I want you to take me to the beach with the rocks so I can pick some!

Probably not today though, with the snow and all! :-)

Dee said...

That sounds like the perfect place to live. I love the picture of the harvest festival.

Have a GREAT weekend.

Melissa said...

Oh it sounds just wonderful there!!!! I might live near many beaches but none are sandy like yours. Sounds like HEAVEN!

Shebafudge said...

Sounds a lovely place to live!

Good luck with your month of blogging!

Dani - tkdchick said...

Nice homage to your town!

Beatrice said...

It is a sweet town, I'm glad we are only 30 min away in Brighton.
Great post Bonnie.

Melinda said...

Sounds like the most wonderful place to live. You live so close to everything - Do you ever drive to Binghamton?

I spent my elementary school years in Grimsby Ontario, it was quite awhile ago.

Bea said...

Looks like a great place to live - and visit.