Little did I ever anticipate writing about something as basic to Christmas as a nutcracker. Until Thursday, December 16th, 2021, which was the date of a photo excursion by the Georgian Bay Photographic Club members to one of the largest Nurseries and Greenhouses in Canada,
What a great Christmas story!
The Rotary Club of Wasaga Beach gave to twenty-one local and regional charities a wonderful Christmas gift.
At a recent Rotary Club meeting each selected charity received a cheque for a portion of the $100,000 raised from The Rotary Corvette Lottery.
Nestled on a country road, just a bit west of Collingwood, lies a little gem of a country market.
One could easily drive past. It is unassuming but quaint on the outside. But inside Ravenna Country Market waits a feast of pretty colours, thoughtful gifts, sumptuous
I am all about food adventure, and love to explore culture through food. Having lived in Toronto for several years, I was privileged to try a lot of international cuisine. It is great to see a wider variety of food offerings moving North. Thai, Vietnamese,
The first snowfall and the chill in the air spark an excitement at Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre for all the fun that winter brings!
Winter offers a new perspective of the Marsh. In the first few snowfalls of the year, keep a keen eye for animal
Part One of this article appeared on November 29th
Now let’s see why the wind behaves as it does. To begin with we should realize that wind consists of gases, simply because our atmosphere is composed of about 78% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen and 1% other gases.