Jean Warrington and Brian Baker discuss the arrival after the Second World War of Dutch immigrants to the farming community of Innisfil. Jean's uncle who lived on a farm invited a Dutch family, the Eisses, to stay with him to assist their move to Canada. The family was allowed to bring only $250 in cash and very few items, so the head of the family purchased a motorcycle in Holland and had it shipped to Canada. She remembers being with her brother and seeing the family wearing wooden clogs. The family were devout Christians but since there was no Dutch community in Stroud, the mother, father, and three children drove to Bradford by motorcycle every Sunday. Brian explains how a number of locals were displeased with the influx of "displaced persons" following the war out of fear that the newcomers would "take over." He remarks that many of these new arrivals did very well for themselves and the community. Like Jean, he also recalls being fascinated after seeing a Dutch farmer riding on a tractor in wooden clogs, but also remarks that the Dutch farms were and remain some of the best in the country.