It has been one of those weeks where there is lots to talk about, but not much to say.
Well, now I’ve done it. I’ve dived in head-first into the pool and I have no idea how to swim these shark-infested waters, but I assure you, victory (at least in my personal pool) is all mine. Game on.
The following is a re-print of a past column by former Advertiser columnist Stephen Thorning, who passed away on Feb. 23, 2015.
A couple of weeks ago, Elysia DeLaurentis at the Wellington County Museum and Archives showed me a recent donation to the collection. It is a diary kept by a schoolboy in Elora during the 1890s.
It was welcome news on Monday when “housing minister” Steve Clark resigned.
Maybe it’s the country life, but I feel I have come a long way in terms of my personal phobias of some of nature’s creatures that I have encountered this summer.
Summer, I’m not ready to say goodbye to you, yet. Give me just a little more time, please.
Talking about climate change gets people hot.
Last week’s column dealt with some of the early history of Kenilworth, and the failure of Elora speculators to turn a profit on their projected townsite.
There were many reasons to smile on Monday morning.
One thing I wasn’t prepared for when we moved from town to the countryside was just how vast and fascinating the sky would become for me. And when I’m still enough to take it all in, it offers an opportunity for a big-sky perspective on life. There’s always time for that.
GUELPH – Ontario’s vibrant landscapes and rich, world-class quality farmlands have long been the pride of our province.