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The FN Road

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 […]

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Editorial 11

Co-publishers Jonathan Rotsztain and Rebecca Roher at the West Dublin Market, July 4, 2015. Photo by Debbie Croft We’re so happy to be back—bringing you another season of the Monitor during this most joyous time of year. We love summer so much. The warmth and beauty of nature mixed with cool swims in our rivers and […]

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Dreary Diary

  BY Jonathan Rotsztain www.DrearyDiary.com

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This Year in the Garden

BY Michelle Engel www.WatermillsFarm.ca A few weeks ago I climbed a scaffold in the barn and got to see my garden from above. The beds contour the south-facing hillside. The garden is in full sun almost all day. I’ve planted perennial herb beds, vegetables and garlic alongside my annual herbs. When I’m standing in the […]

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The Ice Goes Out

The Ice Goes Out when the ice finally cracked and drifted out to sea it was as if even the water rejoiced at first I thought somehow a school of fish was passing through our small cove the water was leaping tiny white tips of wetness gleaming in the sudden sun it went on with […]

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Crafters Spotlight

Dots & Loops is a shop located in Lunenburg at 183 Lincoln Street. We specialize in Canadian made and designed goods and have a special love for locally made products. We’d like to introduce you to two makers who have been an integral part of our offerings. Kat Frick Miller Kat Frick Miller‘s work is […]

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Growing Green 2015

The Growing Green Festival is growing… again! This unique sustainability themed Festival is now in its 7th year and takes place over four days, August 20th to 23rd, throughout Bridgewater and Lunenburg County. It is a fun and colourful introduction to the idea that all people can live within the Earth’s means, while meeting their basic […]

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Editorial 10

This one is for the transition from Summer to Fall. Admit it. It’s your favourite time of year. The true new year, when things get done; back to school or indoor projects. There’s that crisp smell in the air, perfect temperatures (pants and sweater, no hat or cloves). The bugs are dying down, out come […]

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Left to Right: Spirit Cow, Big Boy and Ozzie BY Monika and Karl Hilltop-Farm.ca Thank you to everyone for the wonderful support. Have a great fall!

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There’s Always Room for Table Cake!

BY Lucas Doran SouthShoreNS.blogspot.com We are truly lucky to have so many hard working, community organizations holding food related fundraisers on most weekends throughout the year. Here’s a breakdown of the variety of what to expect on your plate. Breakfasts Fireman’s Breakfasts/Church Breakfasts Eggs, bacon, toast, juice, tea and coffee are the norm. If you […]

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