Georgetown, Scenes from Exurbia

Funny thing, I never really wandered around downtown Georgetown, I'm either visiting friends or, on the rare occasion, stopping by Halton Camera Exchange, but they are all located on the edge of town, sort of. In some regards Georgetown is sort of like Uxbridge in some ways, both are located on former Grand Trunk Railway lines, both are in hilly environments, both have craft breweries. 

That's where it ends, Georgetown doesn't have an emotional pull for me. It's a nice little town on the edge of the GTA but Uxbridge on the other end is in the same neck of the woods where the Smith family settled two centuries ago. 

When I stopped by Georgetown a few weeks ago, they had a Saturday Farmer's Market on the main drag, and people came out. You can tell we're in the new normal with all the Covid warnings on the edge with volunteers. 

Camera: Olympus OM-2n, Zuiko lenses. 

Film: Ultrafine Extreme 400, HC110 B. 

Ordering and Getting Coffee Through the Windows Maple Leaf in the Shade The BRidgewood 1887 Georgetown September Farmer's Market Georgetown September Farmer's Market Two Waiting to Cross_ Looking West Onto Mill St._ McGibbon Hotel_ Looking North On Main St._ Vintage Ram_ Medi Scooter Parking._ Maine St. Farmers Market_ Blocked off for the Farmer's Market


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