Spinning yarn, Upper Canada Village

Spinning yarn, Upper Canada Village

A woman operates a spinning wheel in a log house. Upper Canada Village recreates life in the Loyalist communities along the St. Lawrence River in 1866.

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Richard McGuire is a part-time photographer and photography enthusiast based on Ottawa, Canada.

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  1. Marianne Fleming says:

    I have a spinning wheel but I lost inerest in spuinning and my grand child broke the pedal. I wondered if the Village would have someone who could fix it and you might then beable to use it.

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