The Great WaterwayThe Great Waterway2017-09-26*RE-SHARE from visitthecounty * Ever been up to “The Heights” in Picton? You might have driven past old Camp Picton/Picton Airport and wondered what was happening with the large cedar-shake buildings with bright red or green roofs. The camp was a wartime air base and gunnery school built in 1940 as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCAPT). It was a training camp for the Royal Air Force during WWII, and later used by the Royal Canadian Air Force and then the Royal Canadian School of Artillery. The Department of Defense pulled out of the property in 1969 when it was bought by the H.J. McFarland Company, and soon after fell into disrepair.
Most of the original buildings remain intact, and while some have been renovated for modern businesses, much of it retains its original structure. Now owned and managed independently, the site is home to galleries, machine repair shops, yoga studios, and more - plus, it's the new venue for taste_community_grown this Saturday🍻🌮🍎🍷🍴 TBTThrowBackThursdayPicton 📷: visitthecountyhttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/22071172_469801283375769_3938477129167011840_n.jpg2017-09-26
Alyne Nunes👸🏼🎤🎶Alyne Nunes👸🏼🎤🎶2017-09-2617 Toda a boa dádiva e todo o dom perfeito vem do alto, descendo do Pai das luzes, em quem não há mudança nem sombra de variação.