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Food trucks in Muskoka

The long weekend brought us food trucks popping up in Muskoka and they are more than chip wagons, although we love good chip wagons too! 87 more words

Up from the ashes

It started with a classic Muskoka tragedy.

The cottage, perched on an island in Lake Rosseau, had been in the family since the 1930s. Over the years it expanded as the family grew, eventually comprising a second cottage, several small outbuildings, a sprawling deck facing a spectacular view, and 1,100 feet of prime Muskoka waterfront. 993 more words


Caught on Camera

by Madelle Morgan
Reviewed by SA

Let me start off this review by saying I don’t usually read romance – heck, it’s a genre I rarely ever connect with. 660 more words

Book Reviews

Mother Nature is a child abuser

Anyone who reads this blog knows I can go off into raptures about nature in all its forms.  However, living in the country brings home the dark side of Mother Nature.  406 more words

Planting Potatoes

There is enough Irish blood coursing in my veins to think of planting potatoes as a sacred task.  I doubt any ancestor of mine ever planted Blue Russians or Congo Pot varieties but scrabbling around in the dirt seemed to come naturally.   96 more words


Make the Most of May in Muskoka with some Tidy-up Tips!

May is here and it is the month we celebrate both Mothers’ Day and our Cottage kick off weekend with Victoria Day. This means that we need to get our outdoor spaces ready to enjoy and entertain. 800 more words

Muskoka Real Estate

And What Does It Mean?

Here are a few more beauties that just appeared as I was going around this morning.  I have no idea what they are called but I will try to find out.  319 more words