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ELVES OF THE WHITE OAKS by Gregory Alan Burhoe
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Category Archives: Bearkind
A TRIBUTE TO CHARLES LIVINGSTON BULL, “AMERICA’S PREMIERE WILDLIFE ARTIST!” I first saw the fierce, exhilarating drawings of American wildlife artist Charles Livingston Bull in an old hardcover copy of HAUNTERS OF THE SILENCES, by Canadian author … Continue reading
Wolf Whelps & Lead Dogs: Tribute to Wilderness Writer George Marsh I must have been age nine when the kindly older couple next door gave me a copy of George Marsh’s THE WHELPS OF THE WOLF. We had been … Continue reading
The Old Canoe The canoe is a characteristic and iconic Canadian cultural symbol. Our inland waterways were our first highways: we travelled by boat and canoe in summer, often by snowshoe or even dogsled over frozen rivers … Continue reading
Of Polar Bears. As the Water Rises, Their Prospects Fall. You may have heard of Senator Nicole Eaton’s recent suggestion to re-designate Canada’s National Animal from the industrious Beaver to the mighty Polar Bear. It’s a cultural change with … Continue reading
I’m a Down-home cook and so my fave restaurants tend to have a country flavour. Remember Kenny Roger’s Roasters? And the Colonel’s back in the day? The first Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Restaurant opened in Tennessee in 1969. Dan … Continue reading
My Fave Atlantic Seafood Recipes: Lobster chowder – Atlantic Scallops au Gratin – Baked Stuffed Haddock
I’ve been asked, “What do you love to cook at home, Brian?” Well, I’m a Maritime Canadian. The Atlantic Ocean is just over there. I loved cooking seafood in restaurants for years, and still throw together some of … Continue reading
Edible Christmas Tree for Bird Feeding It’s here! Winter. In the True North, we’re seeing shorter winters. Climate Change: along the coastlines, warming oceans are keeping back some of that Arctic air. One result is the slow drifting of more … Continue reading