Today we remember the men and women, both past and present, who put their own lives on the line for our freedom. In particular, I think of my grandfather who was a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Although he passed away when I was only 6 months old and I don't have any… Continue reading We Remember
Daylight savings time tonight...don't forget to turn your clocks back before you go to bed.
It is said that Ontario's cottage country has some of the most beautiful scenery around...especially in the fall. I would have to agree. As a child, I grew up camping and cottaging in Ontario's North country and it has instilled in me a true love and need to return to it every chance I get.… Continue reading Autumn in Cottage Country
Ever since the Giant Pandas arrived at the Toronto Zoo in 2013 I have been meaning to take a trip down to see them. Like everything else, life got in the way and time marched on. Well, this is their final year in Toronto before moving on to Calgary, so yesterday we made the trip… Continue reading Pandas!
It is so hard to believe that we are nearing the end of August and will be very quickly thrust into the reality of cold nights and changing fall leaves. There is already a chill to the night air up in cottage country; however, the days are still warm when the sun decides to shine.… Continue reading A Wet Muskoka Summer
It is hard to believe that we are already nearing the end of July. We eagerly wait for what seems like an eternity for our long, cold winters to pass and make way for sunny skies and warm breezes...it blows my mind to think that our short Canadian summer is almost half over. We have… Continue reading Muskoka Life
After 13 1/2 amazing years and with completely broken hearts, we said goodbye to our sweet Sophie girl yesterday afternoon. After a very stressful couple of weeks, we took her to the vet one last time where she cleaned out the cat's food bowl, had a handful of treats and then quietly, peacefully passed away… Continue reading Our Sweet Sophie Girl