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quick post Friday

I just did the 6:45 am yoga class at Yellow Dog, grabbed a coffee (it’s part of the class, at the end! Brilliant idea) and now I’m at home for a minute to change before I head off to work. … Continue reading

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This is the Community Garden I’ve talked about before. It’s continuing to take shape. I like the tiled-sort of bricks between the beds. Very wheelchair-accessible, and also pretty. Nice! Myself and my friend Kate were sitting there at the garden, … Continue reading

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Let the breaking down of foodstuffs begin. (This is my new friend – Soilsaver – who I put together on Sunday afternoon of this past weekend. I must say that I was very proud of myself when I had finished.) … Continue reading

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Frugal Friday on Thursday

Kate Oland is not just a great speaker and advocate for rural living, she’s also a librarian at Baddeck’s public library. There, she creates and holds wonderful programming for the public, in a space that overlooks Baddeck’s picturesque harbour. Having … Continue reading

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Lately… May 2012

It’s a beautiful Sunday. I’ve had my customary Sunday late morning lie-in and now I’m itching to get outside and be in the sun, feel the breeze on my bare arms. Spring and early summer here in Cape Breton is … Continue reading

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A community garden is growing in Baddeck…

Every now and again on my lunchtime walks I’ll saunter by the spot where the community garden is going in. I like seeing the plan come to life. County CAO Sandy Hudson tells me that there are around seven beds … Continue reading

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Just like that…

And just like that… summer is here. Well, not really, I know. But the weather has been so fine. And all the leafed things are making this year’s batch. The village is filling with cars and visitors. The warm breezes … Continue reading

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