I live near the Town Of Aylmer Ontario in the southwestern area of the province and about 15 kilometers north of Lake Erie. I like to ride my motorcycles at any and every opportunity that presents itself. Sunday afternoons are some of my favourite times to tour around my area. Today it was the turn for my 2019 Royal Enfield Interceptor to be let out of my shop and carry me on a nice 300 KM (180 mile) ramble. I left home about 1 PM and headed in a northerly direction to Thorndale and on to Middlesex Cty 16 to get me around the City of London and it's traffic. A few minutes on Hwy 7 and then north on Hwy 23 brought me to Whalen's Corners where I went west to Hwy 4 and into and north from Exeter. At Brucefield I made a Left on the Bayfield Road with the intention of going to Hwy 21 at Bayfield and up the lake to Goderich and beyond. Before I got to Bayfield I saw a sign at the Village of Varna directing me to Stonehouse Brewery. Thought that sounded good so I made a short detour to get a variety six pack to take home. Back to Varna and then right to Bayfield and Hwy 21 North. As I was leaving Bayfield I saw another sign advertising River Road Brewery and Hops. A short 1 KM detour saw me there buying another six pack to take home. I also bought a souvenir glass at each place to add to my beer glass collection. Back to Hwy 21 N and on to and through the Town of Goderich. No stop there today as I was on my way to a small relic of local railroading a bit more to the north at Hwy 21 and Nile Road. This small bridge and concrete culvert were part of the short lived Ontario West Shore Railroad. The culvert is original and the bridge span on top of it is a recreation from about 2014. More detail is in the script on the sign. From the small historical site I went back east on Nile Rd to Londesborough and down 4 Hwy back south to Clinton. Clinton Ontario RCAF Base was where the first radar training school in North America was established. There is a large radar antenna set in a parkette in the middle of town to acknowledge this. Across the street from the antenna there is a mural on a building wall to show the "Grand Parade of the Clinton Old Boys Reunion of 1925". Continuing south on Hwy 4 brought me back to Exeter where there is another mural of the former Grand Trunk railway station on a wall beside a downtown parkette. The actual station has been moved to Grand Bend and is now renovated into a dentist's office. I left Exeter and retraced my route back down Hwy 4; the Whalen Line and through Thorndale and Dorchester and back home. 300 odd KMs and a very pleasant afternoon of rambling. I hope to add to this thread as I ride my bikes and take pictures all over southwest Ontario. Thanks for looking.