Do you see the train? It was literally across the street and the tracks were busy. Freight trains and Amtrak alike.
Of course with trains outside your window comes a train station as well.
I look very stoic here don't I? This information might be helpful. Perhaps I take Amtrak to Canada next time, versus budget class on Canadian Goose Airlines.
Now that my research is done, let's see what is around town. I read that there was a farm that sells homemade apple fritters and has goats on display.
I appreciate how they have this animal listed as a "goat". I didn't know that.
Local honey in the farm shop. Is $6.99 a good price?
You could also buy bags of animal feed to feed the goats. I bought some and told my roommates to feed the goats, they get very excited about the food (probably a nice change from eating grass all day). Anyway, best I stay away from the feeding goats as I have heard they eat anything.
Besides visiting the farm my roommates thought we better go to the Wolf Sanctuary nearby.
A couple of wolves in the settlements. They eat raw meat (yuk) and get pumpkins for enrichment. This sanctuary also has some wolf-dogs and coyotes in it. No foxes though.
Being a little fox I must admit I stayed close to my roommates (very close) at the sanctuary. Those wolves, wolf-dogs, and coyotes were big. I was brave enough to hang out with this wolf.
All of this sightseeing has made me hungry. This place looks interesting, my only question is what should I get?