- Coronavirus News
- Submit News Tip
- Trending Now
- Photo Galleries
- Contact Us
- Site Map
Hopefully you have a little one in your life that you can take for a walk in the forest and pass on a story or two.
Our perfect place is Flores Island, off the west coast of Vancouver Island.
I am working my way through the new Susan Allison mural, do stop by and have a look.
I have a confession. I am a gold medal winning, first class procrastinator.
When my horse phase was over, I took up cooking on my own terms.
For the next week or so, I am watering my friend’s garden while she is away for a break.
I believe that everyone has one highly unusual character in their life that you can never forget.
In the middle of my feelings of superiority, a parade of images from my past floated across my sight line.
Itchy feet and Spring fever combined to set us plotting our day-long getaway and before long, we were heading down the road leading north.
A sure sign of Spring is the appearance of classic vehicles which have been stored and protected from winter ravages.
He was an unassuming man who had been in poor health most of his life and had dealt with many challenges.
Merrilyn discusses how she found out that nature hates a vacuum as does she.
Merrilyn provides a senior's view on shopping locally.
Merrilyn has been thinking about music these days.
Merrilyn reminices about Saskatchewan—"there is a part in my genetic memory that tugs at my heart."
For the past couple of months, I have been participating in a program here in Princeton called Active Winter Women.
When we arrived in Vancouver on Mother’s Day (again) it was sunny and warm.
Our last big adventure before returning to Canada was to visit Shanghai and Expo 2010.
By May 4 when we left for Shanghai, I was beginning to realize the enormity of our adventure.
By now you may be wondering why we took such a convoluted journey through Southeast Asia.