A resident of Glace Bay was quoted by the Cape Breton Post in the 1990’s as saying, “The connection between the Miner’s Forum and Glace Bay history is like milk to your tea.” They are intertwined since the building was built in 1938. The forum was owned by the people, with … [Read more...] about Oh what an Impact of the Glace Bay Miner’s Forum!
Here are a few pictures from the light up event on Commercial Street. I took pictures until my battery died. Batteries don’t like the cold. … [Read more...] about Christmas comes to the Bay
Walking along the tree lined park and around Cameron Bowl, opens up a serene world to take in the splendour of nature. You can walk here and totally forget about the pressures of your day. Walking around the trail to cool down or warm up to or from a long day. We are so lucky to … [Read more...] about Forest Bathing at Renwick Brook
I was driving around town this morning to survey the damage in the town and surrounding area. We were really lucky that there was no structural damage that I could see. The wind is still really high. The waves are still really high in some places. There was one downed tree that I … [Read more...] about The Day after Dorian
It was brought to my attention this week that comparing Colette’s with Sweet Side of the Moon is like comparing apples and oranges. An unfair comparison. While I was only comparing the coffee, I now realize that Colette’s is not in business to sell their coffee but to sell their … [Read more...] about Colette’s still classy diner