Tag Archives: summer vacation

The drive to the beach

K’ay suggested I write a poem about curds. There is a lot of dairy farming around here, mainly Holsteins. This has always been cheese country. We have always had a thing about curds: they have to be fresh, never refrigerated—crucial. (#1023) Continue reading

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When winter gets tough, rather than go south, I like to remember the wonderful summers we have stacked up, ready for reminiscence. (#1010) Continue reading

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barefoot summer

Meeting my cousin reminded me of the iconic summer we spent at my uncle’s cottage in Chance Harbour, near New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. (#974) Continue reading

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