I saw a lot of friends today. This morning I went to Doon Heritage Crossroads with a friend of mine, which is a re-created village in Kitchener that shows what life was like between about 1900 and 1914 in the region. Admission was free since it was Canada Day. There aren't that many buildings in the village, but it was still sort of interesting. The best part was seeing this friend of mine - I haven't seen her for about a year.
This afternoon Ian and I went to Stratford to see some university friends. We sat around and talked and played Bang and Bohnanza. We don't see these friends very often, so it was good to catch up with them.
We didn't see any fireworks today, and Ian didn't juggle at the Canada Day celebrations (these are both usual activities for us on Canada Day). It was still a great way to celebrate Canada Day - with our friends.
PS - I'll be posting pictures of my new haircut soon.