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Simply Food

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Just saw a cartoon that featured a can labelled “Dehydrated Water. Empty contents into a gallon of water and stir.” We’ve come a long way in attitude from when the first processed foods hit the shelves. Cake mixes originally listed water as the only needed ingredient but back in the fifties housewives were suspicious. It […]

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What’s in Your Name?

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Last week I wrote about Amelia Earhart; how a documentary on her life and disappearance left me laying awake at 4 a.m. thinking about her tragic disappearance. I was talking about her to my family when our son noted, “I’ve always thought it was strange her name was Amelia Earhart.” Oddly enough, given all that […]

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Bear Scents

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With hungry bears emerging from hibernation, it is interesting to note no other animal has the sniffer skills of a bear. If there were a sensory animal Olympics deer would take the gold medal in sound, the hawk in sight and the bear in scent; hence the saying “If a tree falls in a forest […]

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Remembering Amelia…and Jacqueline too

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As a child I held the romantic notion that Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan managed to land on a deserted island where they fell in love and lived out the rest of their days in an idyllic Gilligan Island style retreat. I didn’t know much about Earhart, only that her plane never reached […]

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School Buses Cancelled…Forever?

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When my father was growing up on a homestead a mere five miles from where I live today, there was no such thing as school buses. A one room school house served the students from approximately a five mile radius. The ones who lived close enough walked. Others rode horses that spent the day munching […]

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The Old Man and The Pussy Willows

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Whenever I spot the first pussy willows of spring on our back country roads an old story by Kenneth McNeill Wells pops to mind. Wells and his wife Lucille Oille moved from the city to the Medonte township of Ontario in the 1940’s. There they found an abandoned log home they recognized as once being […]

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You Gotta Eat Here

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When they were growing up my kids loved my mother’s pancakes. No matter how I mixed them, my own always came up a distant second. I finally asked for the recipe and when Mom stopped laughing she said, “For heaven’s sakes. They’re Aunt Jemima!” Even when I used the exact same mix the kids still […]

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The Raw Truth about Ruth

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As I mentioned in a column a few weeks back Ruth Stout was known as the “Queen of Mulch.” She pioneered the no-till garden method and was piling hay onto trampled down weeds long before anyone coined the term “lasagna gardening”. I first stumbled across a copy of “The Ruth Stout No-Work Garden Book; Secrets […]

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Tortoise Missing for 30 Years Found and Other Reasons To Spring Clean

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Years ago when our oldest son was just over two years old and I was seven months pregnant with our second, we had to sell our entire flock of chickens because we were moving to town. When the people came to pick up the chickens Darcy was at work. The couple took in my enormous […]

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Fall Down in Front of a Billion People and Other Recipes for Success

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When Jennifer Lawrence won best female actor at the Oscars a couple weeks ago I was practically olive with envy. Not because of her Oscar win, but because on her way up the stairs to the podium she tripped on her dress and fell in front of an audience of her peers and about a […]

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A World Without Art

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The interesting part about buying a package of scissors is you need a pair of scissors in order to open the package of scissors. If you bought the scissors to replace a pair that hasn’t been sharp since the seventies you’re forced to use the dull scissors one last time to open the superior scissor […]

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Winning the War But Losing the Lettuce

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Well, my great green light garden has come to a withering halt. Since the fall frost I kept us in salad by growing an assortment of lettuce, kale and other greens in my light stand. The light stand was expensive and I figured it could earn its keep as more than just a place to […]

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Where Being Fishy is a Good Thing

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A lot of people think door to door salespeople are a bit fishy, but I have the fishiest salesman of all. He shows up every couple months or so in his white van full of freezers and–you guessed it—seafood. The first time he appeared it was August and I was knee deep in garden harvest. […]

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Do Women With Glasses Make Passes?

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I started the day on my hands and knees, slapping dust bunnies beneath the bed in search of my eye glasses. No, I don’t usually store my glasses under the bed. When the alarm went off my arm shot out sending my glasses on a predawn flight that—judging by the sound of clattering—had them ricochet […]

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Eat and Run

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So how are those New Year Resolutions coming along? I worked my way up from a short run, to a long run, to a full out ten minute island run on Wii Fit Plus and was feeling beyond impressed with myself, until I picked up a book by Scott Jurek titled “Eat and Run”. Turns […]

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Solitude on Sable

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I would like to say I am an outgoing people person, but truth is I am more of a happy hermit. I like people, don’t get me wrong, but I savour my solitude. I don’t know if we are born that way or made. I certainly grew up with wide open spaces. Our nearest neighbours […]

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Saying Goodbye to Cosmo

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I am feeling a bit melancholy today. Not only has Christmas ended and the kids returned home, but the dog has died, making the nest feel even emptier than usual. We only found out about Cosmo’s heart condition a few weeks ago. It was still in the early stages; so much so that we hadn’t […]

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The Tree, The Wii and Me

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I was in a life threatening Wii accident over Christmas. I want to blame it on the weather and the oil patch. For more than a decade I have got my daily winter exercise by going for a walk down our quiet rural road. Our group mailbox is located a mile away making it a […]

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Christmas Cleaning

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I’m lucky this year. Both of my sons and my daughter in law are coming home for Christmas. In anticipation I started airing their rooms, putting on fresh bedding and dusting. And then things started to get out of hand. Have you ever noticed how a house that feels pretty clean gets dirtier the more […]

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Mushrooms in December

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With holiday music filling the air and shoppers rushing home with their treasures, it only makes sense my thoughts would turn to mushroom hunting. As others sought out wrapping paper and turkey, I went down to our local bookstore and was delighted to find a huge selection of books on mushrooms. Maybe this could be […]

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