|A'burgh town hall. Park, get gourmet nosh at PicnicPEC|
Take shuttle to A-frame
|PicnicPEC gourmet food truck|
Trish will feed you well - Town Hall parking lot
Alternative parking is along Whitney Road, near the intersection with Gibson Road but you will have missed 'start' in your A-frame pilgrimage.
|the 'Wilderness Gothic' church is part of the|
Ameliasburgh Historical Museum
Stuff to do in Ameliasburgh:
Have a look at the church which inspired 'Wilderness Gothic'.
See if you can find the plaque marking the location of Owen Roblin's mill.
Drop in to Ameliasburgh's welcoming Purdy Library to see Purdy memorabilia and chat with friendly staff.
|signage to Grove Cemetery and the millpond which|
stars in 'In Search of Owen Roblin'
Take the turn down Purdy Street to Grove Cemetery and pay your respects to 'the Voice of the Land'.
|Victoria Schoolhouse - Ameliasburgh Historical Museum|
Visit Ameliasburgh's outstanding Historical Museum pioneer village.
There's even a meet of the Quinte Section of the Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group going on near the museum, for those who love the nostalgia of beautiful old bikes. They're a friendly bunch and would welcome a drop-in.
|the unprepossessing entrance to the A-frame property|
* from The Country North of Belleville - Al Purdy. First published in The Cariboo Horses (1965)