Tag - March/April 2022

Foxmind Go Pop!

Colorio – Ages 3+ Push Pop Bubble Popping Sensory Pop It Fidget Toy – Autism ADHD Special Needs Stress Reliever, Squeeze Relax Activity Great for the Grandchildren About this item GO POP! COLORIO IS A CAPTIVATING, SOOTHING, TACTILE TOY AND A SMART BUBBLE POPPING GAME. It is designed to stimulate your child’s...

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Riding the Underground Railroad

Finding freedom in New York State By Peter Johansen We walk the lawn that the petite woman, known as “The Moses of Her People,” once walked. We stroll under trees that offered her summer shade. We see photos and artifacts from her storied life, touch the brick wall of her home for good luck, tour the refuge for the aged that...

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Prague

Travel By Mary Ann Simpkins The medieval heart of Europe Prague is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. A visual delight of Romanesque chapels to Gothic cathedrals and Art Nouveau masterpieces intersected by cobblestoned squares. The Vltava River divides the Czech capital in two. Centuries of culture and often turbulent...

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A Bird’s Life

Birding By Brian Morin Is not always easy Who hasn’t gazed at a hawk soaring effortlessly in the sky and thought how nice it would be to have that freedom, but in reality, it’s tough being a bird. There is a definite pecking order, with predatory species like hawks, eagles and owls at the top and small songbirds at the bottom...

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News and adventure to expand your horizons

Travel Bug By Susan Campbell Now it’s easier to discover off-radar Grand Costa Maya The state of Quintana Roo is one of Mexico’s best-known tourist regions embracing popular hot spots like Cancun, Riviera Maya, and Playa del Carmen—full of first-rate resorts and excellent cultural attractions. But it also includes enchanting...

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Loyalist Parkway from Glenora to Bath

Off the Beaten Path By Madeline Kallio The backroads to Kingston deliver a relaxing ride and so many charming stops along the way West of Kingston and south of Highway 40l, between Adolphus Reach on the south and Hay Bay on the north is an exquisite parcel of land that enjoys the beauty of rolling countryside and vast expanses...

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Raising an Olympian

Profile By Martin Cleary Photos by John Major Erica Wiebe’s story through the eyes of her parents Erica Wiebe has viewed the spectacle that is the Summer Olympic Games through the rarified air from the top step of the medal podium as well as the darkest depths of the sweat-covered, cold and heartbreaking competitive wrestling...

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