I am driving west on the Trans Canada highway, and I am having an internal debate, flip-flopping between should I ? should I not? The Notre-Dame/ Saint Antoine exit is coming up fast, so I have to make this decision now. Last moment the right-hand turn signal goes on and I decelerate down the ramp. I had hiked around Victoria... Continue Reading →
Every Saturday, I head out with my camera to take photos of something special to share. I go through all picture and choose the best and most unique shot of the day. This morning I was walking on a path that follows the Oromocto river bank, and I heard a loud " splash" it startled... Continue Reading →
The sign says Truro - The Hub of Nova Scotia. From here a web of roads spindles outward and onward to Cape Breton, New Brunswick, Halifax and the South Shore. I think to myself: When you advertise that you are the jump-off point to other places, that is generally how you will be seen, from the car... Continue Reading →
New blogger from Cape Breton has a great idea here, though I would share. Orginal posted on Decanter News
“Mary I need your help! Hi my name is Mary Mackay and I am a product specialist with the Nova Scotia liquor Corporation, and I love sharing my product knowledge with everyone who needs me.
I have worked since 1985 with this company and I want to share my information and help others learn as I have about the world of Spirits, Wine and Beer!
Hi Mary I am having corn Beef and cabbage, please help me find a wine for this meal” This meal requires something like a Merlot, or Pinot Noir, something not too heavy. or for you white wine drinkers, Pinot Grigio, Or Riesling will do nicely.