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Fort George, Ontario, in the Eyes of a Regency-Era Writer

By on Tuesday, Sep 25, 2012 in Fort George, Ontario, Regency Period | 4 comments

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To celebrate that I am now a dot-com, I thought would share some pics from my recent trip to Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada.

Of course Mr. Liasson wanted to see the fort. “It’s Regency period,” he said in a tempting voice. Well, I succumbed, and it was great! Okay, it’s not London, but look at what we saw… 

Here is the Union Jack flying atop the fort (well, you’re only supposed to call it that when it’s at sea, so I suppose I should say Union Flag.)

A British Canadian soldier twirling his musket. It weighs 9 pounds, 10 with the bayonet. I got to hold it–it was heavy!

Playing the fife.

Tunnel made of stone.

British officer uniform for the Canadian army is on the left. A New York State Militia Officer’s coat is on the right. Both are circa 1812.

A musket, pistols, and a sword artfully displayed on a mantel. I LOVED THIS! Who says army guys aren’t artsy!

No trip to Ontario area is complete without a visit to Niagara Falls. This is my artistic effort to capture the power and the intense drop off. (How would you like to be the person whose job it is to pick up that Coke can???)

A fun trip was had by all. (Mr. and Mrs. Liasson, after a happy weekend away 🙂

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