Wolfville Farmer’s Market

The Wolfville’s Farmer’s Market is a great spot for local food, crafts, artists and even authors.  Not to mention the live music and local breweries, wineries and distilleries.  Visit th...

Eagle Watch 2012

After years of trying to get there, I finally went to check out the Eagle Watch today.  Eagles are prevalent in the area at this time of year and for two weekends during their peak time the communi...

Wanderings: The Forks, Winnipeg

I lived in Winnipeg, Manitoba for about two and a half years  around the end of High School.  It was not my favourite place on the planet, for sure.  Despite this, there were parts of the city that...

Wanderings: Wieskirche

The beautiful rococo church “Wieskirch” (White Church) is nestled in the Bavarian Alps of Germany.  I visited the church while on a weekend tour of the area back in the summer of 2000.  ...

Wanderings: Local Coffee Shops

A little preface to this post – I don’t actually like coffee.  (gasp and horror, I know!) Luckily, coffee shops generally sells other yummy, hot drinks as well. So whether you enjoy coffe...

Wanderings: Weinachtsmarkts

While living in Germany, we did a lot of travelling, both near and far.  Some weekend, we would just visit local markets.  Those were always a blast in their own right, but nothing could beat the ...

Wanderings: County Fairs

When I was younger, we lived in Alberta.  I’m sure we had county fairs, or exhibitions, or whatever they would have been called, but we never went.  Maybe it was too far away, maybe it cost to...

Wanderings: The Ovens

One day last month we decided to go on a day trip.  Being a fairly hot weekend, I said we should only go if we go somewhere along the coast.  There’s no way we would enjoy ourselves in the hea...

Wanderings: Monschau, Germany

While we were living in Germany, we took every opportunity to travel, exploring our area and the rest of Europe.  We spent so much time exploring new places that we didn’t have a lot of time to...