From time to time, likely on a weekly basis, I will be featuring photos, stories, etc. that I hope you will enjoy – nothing too heavy but not necessarily fluff either.
Travel through time when you visit the gateway to the north; the beautiful community of Sault Ste Marie. Sitting near the mouth of the St. Mary’s River, Sault Ste. Marie is a community with a rich local history steeped in the steel and shipping industries. Opened in 1962, the three-arch Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge … Continue reading The Gateway to the North
Do you ever sit in the afternoon sun and ponder about how many different species of sunflowers there are in the world. The answer my friend is 70. You can rest easy now knowing that fact but did you also know that each sunflower is actually made up of thousands of tiny individual flowers, up … Continue reading Tallest sunflower on record – over 30 feet!
Feeling nostalgic today and thinking about the British Invasion when we finally heard music from outside North America and what a treat it was. Now I realize that the Beatles and the Rolling Stones are the best known of the groups back then but one of my favourite bands was the Dave Clark Five which … Continue reading Music from the Sixties
From time to time I like to reflect on songs, books, movies, situations that had an impact on me. I hope that you will benefit from the following female singer/songwriters as I did. Lhasa de Sela “For four days after she died, it snowed in Montreal, it was as if the sky were grieving” –posted … Continue reading Two great singers gone too soon!