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Sybil N
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Clearly I've become spoiled.
How many places have I explored in Nova Scotia and come away not having my high expectations met ?   I'm used to constantly being delighted and surprised by stunning scenery, so I guess it was inevitable I would finally go some where that let me down. The d...

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Golden days ...
I'm a mite overwhelmed by all that I've done during this one week whirl wind visit to Ontario to visit family and friends. How do I order and present all the things I've done f rom the fancy-schmancy, My friend Catherine and I were thrilled to see Don Cummi...

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Fading into the background.
A couple of years ago I signed up with a couple of local casting agencies; Hennessy and Ballyhoo, to do what is called "background" work, or as it's called in some places, be an "extra".   B.G. folk are the window dressing who walk in the background in a st...

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You can't always cross the bridge when you come to it ...
The city of Halifax is located on a peninsula, so reaching it from the Dartmouth side requires crossing one of two bridges, or taking the public transit ferry. When I head into town for my "Lunch bunch" choir in downtown Halifax on Fridays, I cross via the ...

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Shubie today.
I'm not feeling very wordy today.  Would it be OK if sometimes I just posted images from my outings without elaborating at great length ? We went to Shubie off leash dog park today.  Such Spring days are quite intoxicating.  The colours.  The scents.  Ahhhh...

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A long, lovely (buggy) walk ...
Yesterday was sunny and warm.  Jacqui my geocaching buddy, the dogs, and I went to Powder Mill Lake trail to go caching.  The trees were just starting to sport their marvellous, lime green colours of Spring. The air smelled heavenly.   We searched for cache...

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Sooki's secret fear.
The Sackville Woods are a mere block from my place. Wendy, Sooki and I love walking down the wide trail through the woods; Wendy ball chasing, Sooki following her nose. A few hundred metres down the trail a small path branches off to the left, dead-ending a...

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A Mexican visitor ...
After hearing that there was a "tall ship" in town for the weekend and that it was open for free tours, I headed into Halifax this morning.   Nearly 100 cadets stood on the masts of the  ‘ Cuauhtémo c’, as  the Mexican  sail-training vessel cruised into Hal...

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Cashing in ... errrr ... I mean caching out.
You all know how much I like exploring the countryside with Wendy and Sooki.   And you all know how much I like exploring nature while I'm out on those doggie walks. Well I now have one more thing to enjoy on our walks;  geocaching !   Geocaching is like a ...

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Wonders alive and long dead
One day during Sandy's visit we made a mandatory visit to the Bay of Fundy. On our way there we stopped at Sheffield Mills to see an Eagle or two ...  or twenty or thirty. It is wonderful to stand under a tree and look up and see Eagles perched above us.. Y...
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