This past weekend was the Victoria Day long weekend here in Canada. It’s known as the May Two-Four and it’s when we celebrate Queen Victoria’s birthday, which is, you guessed it, May 24. For some reason this year the party happened a week early. Queen Victoria, in case you don’t know, was the current Queen’s (Elizabeth II) great, great grandmother.
But for most Canadians Queen Victoria’s birthday is the unofficial, official start of summer. When hundreds and hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of thousands of cottage owners make the trek to their small and rustic (or large and luxe) slices of heaven, wherever in Ontario they may be, and Continue reading