Tag - September 2022

Late for the Party

Birding Story and photos by Brian Morin It’s hard to believe but signs of fall abound in the bird world. Already many swallows have departed for their winter homes. Shorebirds have finished nesting in the Arctic and songbirds are lining up for northerly winds to take them on their overnight journey south, guided by the stars...

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Fall Gems

The Little Things By Jason Marshall Some transitions in life are so subtle you don’t even realize things have changed. Physically, you also morph into your parents. You now have your father’s hairline, and these days your facecloth is way busier than your comb. Then there are things you swore you’d never do. Your mom would...

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Mushroom and Turkey Stuffed Shells

Enjoy the bounty of the harvest—mushrooms, tomatoes, beets, peppers, parsnips, apples and other goodies—in hearty, satisfying dishes and beloved classic fare, from pizza to mac and cheese. This recipe and photo, courtesy of Foodland Ontario, will inspire you to eat your fresh veggies and fruit, in all the best ways. Stuffed...

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Guitar Heaven

Imagine making your own acoustic guitar from scratch? There’s a unique opportunity to do just that at Blackwood Guitar Company in Mallorytown. Starting with raw wood, over the course of a five-week program you’ll build a fine acoustic steel-string guitar. And in the end you’ll go home with a hand-crafted, quality instrument...

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Apple Cider Braised Rabbit with Root Vegetables

Enjoy the bounty of the harvest—mushrooms, tomatoes, beets, peppers, parsnips, apples and other goodies—in hearty, satisfying dishes and beloved classic fare, from pizza to mac and cheese. This recipe and photo, courtesy of Foodland Ontario, will inspire you to eat your fresh veggies and fruit, in all the best ways. Enjoy...

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 Being Pet-Friendly

Animal Chatter By Iris Winston The good news for seniors considering moving to a retirement community is that the majority are pet-friendly these days. Knowing the connection with a much-loved animal will not be affected by what will probably be the final move makes the decision much easier. It is also good for a person’s...

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THE LANARK HIGHLANDS, A PARADISE TO DISCOVER

OFF THE BEATEN PATH By Madeline Kallio Back in 1820 and 1821, unemployed tradesmen from Scotland and soldiers discharged from the Napoleonic wars flocked to the surveyed lots in Lanark Township; most came from the Scottish counties of Lanark and Renfrew. A similar influx of Irish settlers arrived during the 1830s and 1840s...

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Warm Bistro Salad with Grilled Veal Chops

Enjoy the bounty of the harvest—mushrooms, tomatoes, beets, peppers, parsnips, apples and other goodies—in hearty, satisfying dishes and beloved classic fare, from pizza to mac and cheese. This recipe and photo, courtesy of Foodland Ontario, will inspire you to eat your fresh veggies and fruit, in all the best ways. This...

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Roasted Tomato Mac and Cheese

Enjoy the bounty of the harvest—mushrooms, tomatoes, beets, peppers, parsnips, apples and other goodies—in hearty, satisfying dishes and beloved classic fare, from pizza to mac and cheese. This recipe and photo, courtesy of Foodland Ontario, will inspire you to eat your fresh veggies and fruit, in all the best ways. A combo of...

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