Keeping it COZY

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Winter. The thermometer drops, and we look for ways to get cozy. We seek out slippers, and sweaters, and hats, and mitts. Knitters have an edge in that department. There are three basic elements that contribute to a sense of … Continued

In the loop

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Woolstock, the Woodstock Fleece Festival, is the little event that grew. This year, the venue occupied three buildings of the Woodstock (Ontario) Fairgrounds. The vendor’s hall had everything a fibre artist could want, from antique spinning wheels to hand-dyed yarn. … Continued

Chinese New Year

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A few days before the Chinese New Year, it’s a custom to clean the house entirely which signifies removing the old and welcoming the new. After cleaning, the house is decorated using red decorations and the most popular symbol ‘FU’, … Continued

Beyond Swallowtail

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The day after the remains of the hurricane passed Grand Manan Island, we went back out to Swallowtail Lighthouse to play in the wind. On the trail along the cliff, we saw this solitary tree still standing even though it … Continued

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