Obsolete Cartoons 12

BY Sean Skerry www.Skerry.ca

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F N Update

Even the centre line goes around the potholes, as witnessed in this picture taken on Mount Pleasant Road recently. Which raises the question… which came first the centre line or the pothole? And you thought the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal had no sense of humour? —Ed Young, FN (Watermills) Road See […]

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What’s The Point?

instagram.com/ThePointGeneral The Point General opened July 10 in Blue Rocks, all the way down at the end of the Point Road in a little shack, which is over one hundred years old. The type of building it’s in is known as a fish store, because it was used for storage. Before light renovations started the […]

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Books in Review

BY Michael Higgins LunenburgBound.ca There are many worthy books that offer a look at life in Nova Scotia. Though these three great books span nearly 100 years and come from very unique voices, they do have common themes. Rockbound by Frank Parker Day (1928) tells the story of David Jung, an orphan who finds his […]

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Learnt Wisdom 13

It’s better naked

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Dreary Diary 2

BY Jonathan Rotsztain www.DrearyDiary.com

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Volume 3 Issue 2

Volume 3 Issue 2 Issue Two of Volume Three was released at the West Dublin Market on Saturday, August 8, 2015 Reach us at editor@westdublin.ca Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

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Editorial 12

We get a lot of joy out of delivering this paper. We love driving up and down the river, sharing voices and stories. Thanks to all the spots that carry our publication and to you for reading. —JR+RR

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The Blueberries Are Ripening

The Blueberries Are Ripening BY Rebecca Roher www.RebeccaRoher.com

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Buzz Bomb II

BY Reece Baird, Petite Riviere I built this dory thirteen years ago, beginning the year my son Aiden was born. I cut the first boards the weekend before his birth. I think it would take about a hundred hours to build this, maybe something like that, but it took me over a year with my first […]

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