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Seeking the Snowy Owls

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Snowy Owl, Cindy Conlin, Wildlife Photography

It’s a day she’ll never forget. “There was so much ice and they were so far away. The ducks were at the edge of treacherous ice where I wouldn’t dare go, so I waited, and I learned owls hunt ducks. It was a life lesson. The peeking owl was watching for ducks and planning its attack.” Read More

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Glanmore at Christmas

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Glanmore, Christmas, Victorian decorations

Photography by Daniel Vaughan A Victorian Fantasy (at a very real Belleville museum) November 1898 Dear Cousin~ There is to be a ball at Glanmore just after Christmas, and I am to attend. This will be the first time I have seen this wonderful place, as I am finally out in Belleville society. I expect to… Read More

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From the editor’s desk

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Glanmore, Underwood

Glanmore. The grand lady has been there for almost 150 years, we’ve been here for almost 20, and it was only recently we availed ourselves of a tour. It is not for lack of encouragement from our friend Lindi Pierce, heritage writer for this magazine and Chair of the Friends of Glanmore. “Come visit,” she… Read More

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Saitarg’s Gravitas Quotient David Hatch

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David Hatch answers 19 Gravitas Questions with Alan Gratias David Hatch is the long-time host/producer of TSN’s Motorcycle Experience which is about to celebrate its 30th anniversary on TSN. David founded WhistleStop Productions Inc. to create Motorcycle Experience, and in doing so he launched a full-service broadcast television production company focused on the production of… Read More

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Local Love

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Photo courtesy Brad Denoon Bring your wedding to life with local PEC flair The greatest decision an engaged couple has to make, aside from the decision to get married in the first place, is what their wedding will look like. Where will it take place? What sort of favours will await guests on their tables?… Read More

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Barn Owl Malt

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Barn Owl Malt

Barn Owl Malt’s name, carefully selected by owners Devin and Leslie Huffman, speaks to a different era in agriculture, when mixed farming created a habitat in which barn owls could thrive. Modern farming practices have changed the habitat to the point where there are fewer than five pairs of barn owls remaining in Ontario. Read More