For a good part of my childhood I had the privilege of living in Jordan Station. One of the things that I loved the most about the area when I was growing up was the amount of fruit trees that were present in the area. We always had fresh fruit, from local farms, except of coarse in the winter time. However as I grew up there was a time when, many of those same trees were being pulled out, to make way for subdivisions and other uses. It was very sad to see.
Facer Street European Festival 2018
A place like Facer Street is a community unto itself. Even thought it is part of a larger city, it is the parts that make the whole. It is the small places that contain the stories and creat the memories that make the reality of the place.
Rum – Glazed Pear Slices
Stay tuned: Rum Glazed Pears on the Way
Stay tuned for a tasty new recipe, I will show you how to make some Rum Glazed Pears ..
Museum Chat Live! E004
E004 On this special episode of the Museum Chat Live! podcast we’ll be focusing once again on our very cool…
Remembrance Day in St. Catharines
Awesome tasting Mexican Rice
Any one that knows me will be able to tell you that I love to eat. One item that I […]
Books and Brews: Chapter One
The first meeting of our new “Books and Brews” book club was held this past Tuesday, July 19. Not only…
Night at the Museum – Books and Brews
I am not speaking of the history of the war itself but of the treatment of indigenous peoples, while in the service of Canada.
Foot steps into the Wind: what we are all about!
My vision of a traveler is someone that is well rounded and conscientious of how and where they are traveling. It is of a person that is knowledgeable, about the current facts of where they are going as well as the historical context and why that is important.