The scents of relaxation!
As we moved from the lilac fields to the poppy fields, our senses had to adjust from the invigorating smell of the freshwater air near our home to some scents which can be found only in the specialized flower farms and gardens
Hummingbirds are the smallest birds in the world, weighing in at only about 4 grams, but they may have to gain another 4 grams before they head off in their migration to warmer countries like Mexico and the Central American Countries. Their wings flap 50
Photo credit: Patti Foley
At the foot of Main Street in Penetanguishene stands a statue to the legendary Huron Indian Giant Kitchikewana, celebrating the indigenous heritage of the Town. It carries a circle above its head symbolizing eternity and perfect unity, and feathers indicating courage, peace
Photo Credit: Lynda Errington
If, like me, you have spent most of your life being close to Nature, and are a good observer, then you can probably be your own Weather Forecaster.
In fact, perhaps even better than Professional Weather Forecasters, who are frequently wrong because they
Most of our Just Sayin’ Georgian Bay readers will already recognize the name Peter Iden. Peter became one of our regular columnists in late May last year, shortly after we launched.
Born in Germany, Peter says he used to dream, as a child, of being a
Did you know that Canadian passports glow in many colours?
Canadians not only have one of the most popular passports, but also the most picturesque passport in the world. This may not be known to the great majority of Canadians, unless you have a black light source.
The instant answer to that question is “no”.
For many people, their first cup of coffee is the joy of the day unless, of course, they become “coffee addicts”. And that is a definite possibility. The average 12-ounce cup of regular coffee contains about 70
We have all seen the signs warning us of the dangers of walking and climbing the ice shelf mounds. They begin forming at Wasaga and its beaches in late January and early February, and typically stay around until late February. That warning sign, for me
Photos by Peter Iden
I try to set myself specific goals when writing. Yesterday it was to write about airplanes. This morning I woke up at 7:47 a.m. Any day which starts with the designation of the Queen of the Skies, the Boeing 747, is a
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,