I was pleased to see that the Rideau Canal Museum and the store Spotlight On The Rideau both have lovely displays of my books.
We carried on east along the canal to Merrickville. You can visit the Blockhouse Museum for free. Inside is the old log one-room schoolhouse from Acton's Corners. It was donated by Mr. William Evans of Oxford Mills circa 1900. It was dismantled and rebuilt inside the blockhouse. In June 1976, it was renovated by B. Headley and Associates. There are desks that face the exterior walls. These were common in schools in Quebec and Ontario in the 1880s. Continuing east along Highway 43, we noticed the newer one-room schoolhouse at Acton's Corners has been sold and workers were doing some lovely landscaping around it. If you are Merrickville, you can purchase a copy of my book at Wood 'n Feathers, a beautiful store owned by reknown woodcarver
Next, we visited a beautiful gift shop in Kemptville Mall. Unfortunately the owner was available, but I hope to have my books for sale there in the future.