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Adios 2020


For the first time in 11 years, we have a Yule / Christmas Tree, and for the first time ever, she’s a real one, harvested from right here. I admit, despite being surrounded by trees, I had huge mixed feelings, but she is perfect and beautiful and thriving. To compensate, there are 4 oak tree saplings that cannot stay where they are, so will be transplanting those in early spring.

 

I was happy to remember the new raised planter beds and blueberry shrubs that should be identified before being buried under snow. This is what we came up with and hope the dogs will avoid trampling or tripping over what they can’t see...



 

While we’re getting ready to hunker down for another province-wide lockdown, let’s remember to continue supporting local small businesses right in your neighbourhood, offering green, earth-friendly products and services. Many Entrepreneurs have adapted to this years’ challenges, now offering easy on-line shopping options. Click here to find what you’re looking for.


Together, we can make a difference...


 

As 2020 comes to an end, we all know, for many it’s been a year to forget; and we’re almost there. But I’m also sure, for others, this year was an opportunity, a new beginning to move forward instead of waiting to see what happens. To those, Good Luck; it’s yours if you want it.


Cheers to what’s gotta be a better 2021 (Please)


Stay Safe.


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