Thanks again to our amazing contributors and supporters for another great season of the West Dublin Monitor. We hope to see you again soon. All the best and Happy Winter! —JR+RR
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Volume 3 Issue 3 Issue Three of Volume Three was released up and down the LaHave in early September 2015. Reach us at email@example.com Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
BY Vaughan Smith and Jackie Cohen WestcoteBellPottery.com When we moved here four years ago, we were looking for a slower pace of life. It hasn’t worked out that way. We’re busier here than we were in New York. Our studio and showroom, Westcote Bell, is on the only road around the coastline, so there’s always a steady […]
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 […]
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
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 […]
The Community Dock is put to good use on another fine day at Sperry’s Beach. Thanks to all the volunteers who made it happen!
BY Karl Hilltop-Farm.ca Artisans, Musiciens, Artiste, professionnel de tout genres. C’est incroyable la quantité de talent que l’on retrouve ici. Peut être est-ce le décor, les vues splendides sur la mer ou juste l air salé qui nous inspire. Depuis maintenant presque cinq ans que nous sommes ici. Nous avons eu l occasion durant ces […]
BY Deborah Croft BridgewaterPhotoClub.ca Farmer John has been working overtime in his garden this summer. Now the plants are starting to show wonderful produce.
There is no truth to the rumour that Watermills Road is going to be renamed the “F N Road” (apologies to Fred) in spite of the fact that it is being called that most frequently these days. Many thanks to those who have taken to posting and marking the myriad of potholes that lie in […]