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Latest Blog Posts for Canoe Corner

  • Dashing Through The Snow
    on Mar 4, 2011 in Prince Edward Island
    I remember as a kid going to some outing or another that promised a hay ride.  The anticipation was wonderful as I thought for sure horses would be carting us through the fields on a wagon filled with hay.  No such luck.  Instead a tractor drove u...
  • Digging for Buried Treasure
    on Mar 2, 2011 in Prince Edward Island
    Seems we can't go more than a day or two without a storm hitting recently.  But thankfully the last storm was followed by a wee bit of sun.Blue skies after all that snow is extremely refreshing.  As you can see below the snow banks are gett...
  • Stylish BloggerWho me??  Stylish?  That's the first time I've ever been called that but I guess there's a first time for everything!Many thanks to both Frances at Island Threads and TS at Casa Mariposa for bestowing me with this honour.Now this...
  • Book Review: Plants for Atlantic Gardens
    on Feb 26, 2011 in Books
    As a gardener new to the Atlantic region, the title of this book, Plants for Atlantic Gardens, immediately intrigued me.  I was anticipating a book that would introduce me to plants in this region and author Jodi DeLong did not disappoint.  ...
  • A Garden to Love
    on Feb 19, 2011 in Reflections
    And now we come to the finale of the Gardens I Have Loved Before series.It took months from the time we left Gibsons to the time we found ourselves in our new home.  We crossed the country, we visited friends and family, I looked for work and we...
  • Gardens I Have Loved Before - Part 6
    on Feb 16, 2011 in Reflections
    If you missed the earlier posts in this series please click on the links below:Part 1                        Part 2Part 3  &n...
  • IntermissionBefore finishing the Gardens I Have Loved Before series I thought I'd update you on life at the corner.   It's been snowing here for what feels like years, although I think it's only been about 3 weeks.  My beautiful roses that in June look...
  • You Got Gnomed
    on Feb 10, 2011 in Reflections Garden Accents
    When we lived on Bowen Island we were very fortunate to have wonderful landlords that we came to regard as friends.  The house we were living in was designed and built by them as their retirement home but until their retirement&nb...
  • Gardens I Have Loved Before - Part 5
    on Feb 9, 2011 in Reflections Bulbs Flower Beds
    If you missed the earlier posts in this series please click on the links below:Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4For many years I was a city girl, working in a downtown office, but when I met my partner Jody things began to change.  We were both...
  • Gardens I Have Loved Before - Part 4
    on Feb 6, 2011 in Reflections
    If you missed the earlier posts in this series please click on the links below:Part 1Part 2Part 3Although my horticultural education hit another brief pause when I left my parent's home it didn't end there.  For many years I livie...
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