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Category Archives: Bearkind
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
Out of My Father’s Shaving Box Dad’s War, Algonquin Regiment & the Liberation of Holland “This is yours now, Brian. He wanted you to have it.” And my mother handed me an old wooden shaving kit … Continue reading
Chefs constantly run down “fast food” restaurants (in the industry, they’re referred to as “Quick Food”). But here’s a secret: It’s something a lot of chefs won’t admit: but this ol’ cook does it — I like to recreate some … Continue reading
We love buffets, don’t we? Especially when it’s good quality down-home food, served fresh and hot and delicious. Golden Corral has gained a top reputation in the buffet niche, becoming a fave. The first Golden Corral Buffet & Grill opened in Fayetteville, … Continue reading
When I read the latest reports on the state of our Living Earth, well, I just have to Rant! Is Humankind THAT stupid? Okay, maybe not ALL of Humankind. There’s still you, me and our loved ones isn’t there? But … Continue reading
Tick season is supposed to be over — at least here along the ragged coast of Nova Scotia. But it isn’t. We’re still finding ticks on Mocha, our German Shepherd. Those little dark ticks — the Lyme Disease carrying ones… … Continue reading
The Recession hit working and middle class families hard, not to mention us Boomers who thought we were going to retire. But an amazing reaction to that has been the success of work from home jobs, small mom and … Continue reading
Women Pioneers of Animal Rights: from Mary Tealby & Nell Shipman to Ingrid Newkirk & Marlice van Vuuren
Women Pioneers of Animal Rights Nell Shipman & Brownie “Nature and her wild children would act for me — not as animated puppets but living, breathing images of wilderness, purity at its Divine source…” Nell Shipman “Animals … Continue reading