Autumn is that time of year when Mother Nature showcases her phenomenal colours. And my, doesn’t she do a wonderful Continue reading
If you’ve ever wondered why busloads of tourists from Western Canada arrive in Eastern Canada every fall … well, here’s Continue reading
It was poet William Blake [1757-1827] who wrote, “Great things happen when men and mountains meet.” Let’s change that to Continue reading
On sale! Five new, glossy 5″ x 7″ postcards showcasing a special community in Northern New Brunswick … It has Continue reading
For nearly a century, two large, painted crosses on Sugarloaf Mountain in Campbellton, New Brunswick, have been a not-so-subtle reminder that life can vanish in the blink of an eye.
Scattered throughout the world are many mountains and hills with the peculiar name of Sugarloaf. Canada has several; the U.S. has Continue reading
2016 marked three consecutive years where a drone has taken to the skies over Campbellton, New Brunswick, for a bird’s-eye Continue reading
For nearly two decades, Glenn Hall ‘guarded the pipes’ for the Detroit Red Wings, Chicago Black Hawks, and the St. Louis Continue reading