Over the Labour Day Weekend we headed to Bayfield, as we have done every year for some time. Bayfield was once a busy port on Lake Huron, although these days it is used primarily for pleasure boats.
One the main street there was a wooden sculpture of a sailor which was a memory of the days when the harbour was used for day-to-day work pursuits. Every year it got a bit more worse for wear.
This year we noticed that he had been transformed!