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Spring? Fall? Groundhog Day at Edwards Gardens


Spring? Fall? Groundhog Day at Edwards Gardens. With the cool and really late Spring in 2014 it’s anybody’s guess … and here are a few photos to illustrate. Toronto, Ontario. Fuji X-S1.

Lighthouses along the Bruce Peninsula

For sailors, lighthouses are important landmarks.  They are used to mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals, reefs and provide assistance to sailors to enter into safe harbours.   202 more words

Travel

Wanted: The Return of Morgan Freeman Bus Driver

Once upon a time, I was a poor, drifting farm girl lost in the incredibly not-so-big city of Ottawa, Ontario. I naively took the advice of a kind bus driver, trekked up a sketchy-looking hill at 1 am, and found myself suddenly homeward-bound on the 2 bus. 331 more words

Raised-Bed Gardening with Earl Hockin

Don’t know how to grow your own food? Come learn a new survival skill through Hamilton Victory Gardens! Join organizers Bill and Judy Wilcox at 135 Mary Street in Hamilton on Saturday, April 19 from 9:00 A.M. 37 more words

Sustainability

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