Whenever I visit Chatham, I look forward to seeing the steam plume from the ethanol plant. The designs change by the minute, some are long and drawn out, and others are full and robust, as if the great and powerful Oz will appear any moment! © Rita Jacques 2019. Chatham, Ontario.
Quaint little church that caught my interest in Chatham, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2018.
Rusty old truck in Chatham, Ontario. The up-close view was of a cracked window with a dressed-up mannequin inside complete with a blonde wig and pearl necklace. I would’ve captured that photo but she was falling over in the passenger’s seat. Must’ve passed out from partying. © Rita Jacques 2018.
Rural area outside of Chatham. I’ve always been fascinated by the intricate bales or rolls of hay or wheat or whatever it is I see in fields. I asked my son-in-law, a farmer, what it was, and he replied, “It’s a bale of hay in an alfalfa field!” I told him he’s faster than google!
My sister and I decided to check out a crowded antique store in Chatham. Not really an antique store, more a second-hand shop of what I call ‘treasures’ waiting to be found. A middle-aged woman, reeking of tobacco, brushed by us—it was too crowded to be concerned about personal space—and informed us that the owner… Continue reading Second-Hand Store Shopping!
Rusty car in Chatham, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2017.