Grey-Bruce Landmark Selfie Time
Life in not complete until you have selfies from these locations.
Like Tara’s woolly mammoth. (pictured above) If you are wondering why… A mammoth tooth was found in a farmer’s field in 1979. The tooth is now at the Bruce County Museum with castings at the Earth Sciences Museum and the ROM
Here are other stellar locations to visit!
The Sauble Beach sign!
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And then you can head north east to visit a big statue of Wiarton Willie.
The statue was unveiled “Willie Emerging” in the Bluewater Park on William Street in Wiarton on February 3rd, 1996 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Wiarton Willie prognostications. (Source)
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Or how about heading to Chesley to visit Big Bruce.
Towering at height of 15′ he was the brain-child of Harvey L Davis, a local beef farmer and politician. Big Bruce was purchased to represent the Bruce County Cattleman’s Association at events all over Ontario. During his ‘mobile’ days he visited fall fairs, attended Christmas parades and plowing matches. (Source)
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And my personal favourite but not as odd… Inglis Falls!
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Where else is a good spot in Grey-Bruce for a selfie?