Yes chickadee. Sarnia is just down the coast, perhaps an hour and a half at the very most (I'm thinking summer, heavy beach traffic too).
At Sarnia is quite a famous chip wagon I have heard of because last year I opened a chip wagon business with a friend of mine in this more northern area. I am a chef (haha, now a chip wagon chef) and he pulls me around in an attempt to make me famous! Our food is excellent actually.
Cindy, our sailing is an addiction, requiring a twelve step recovery programme. Step number one: DON'T STEP! Stay at home.
Good Lord, in the good weather I can work until 4 a.m., go home and something inside my head wakes me at six and says.... maaaakkke coffffffeeeee. Get up, go sailing! I can hardly crack my eyes open. I usually was too tired to remove my clothes the night before and I STINK of beer (Fridays I close the bar) but I gotta go.
And Antiques Roadshow is NO GOOD! It's like an alcoholic watching Cheers all day!
So, sorry kiddo but no, don't buy anymore stuff until you get there. Then you can start beachcombing and creating good stuff for.. for..