The rain held itself back a bit so we could enjoy a short walk on the Woolwich Trails along the Conestogo River, where we saw and heard a lot of singing frogs and admired an old iron bridge.
We poked around the main street of the village, enjoying the museum displays on Maple Syrup, quilts, and a fantastic model train display of St. Jacobs and the surrounding countryside back when steam trains were the primary means of long-distance travel. Great fun. Great shops (including a splendid Toy Shop located in a large church building). Lovely maple sugar candy. :-)
After that, we nipped over to the nearby Farmer's Market to get a bite to eat. Genuine German sausages are made in that area, so we each had one on a bun. Very delicious. No mystery meat. I didn't take any more photos, because it was tipping down with rain by then. All the sheltered stalls were heaving with shoppers by then, so we decided to take our soggy selves back home.
We'll be back again when the weather improves.