So, what about the pic, you ask? The two young ladies (kneeling) Colleen Riley and Tenley Lemay, from Toronto and Joey, the young Chinese fellow, were the only other patrons in the restaurant when I got up to pay my bill. The young ladies were nearing the end of their trip and Joey, a Chinese student recently arrived to Canada was enjoying a weekend on the Cabot Trail.
At the counter, I asked Clayton (black tee shirt) if he was a long time resident of Cape North. Clayton told me that he had in-fact never been further that two hours away. That would barely get him off the Cabot Trail. Clayton then proudly proclaimed that he was going to spread his wings soon. He was moving to Guelph, Ontario to live with his uncle. So, like I do, I asked Clayton if I could get a pic for my website. He not only agreed he ran into the kitchen and grabbed his grandmother, Wilma and his mother, Angie (hence the name of the restaurant) and brought them out. So, to make it a real family affair, I invited the others to join in. They were all more than eager.
I do hope that Clayton enjoy's his new adventures in Ontario and I understand why such a young man would want to explore more of the world. From what I experienced, I would have been hard pressed to leave Cape North.