Safe Grocery Shopping I love to cook. I’m considered a good cook by Mr. H and my family and friends. I often have large crowds for lunch and dinner at the cottage. I often host the holidays. But I don’t think I have ever spent so much time thinking about cooking my next meal. Sound […]Read more "Waiting out Covid-19 in Muskoka…Part 2"
With a little advance preparation, your can enjoy your guests and ensure they have a great long weekend too. Cheat Sheet for Cottage Guests Put a note in their guest room that lists any cottage rules (or unruly conveniences), the wi-fi password and the location of the nearest coffee shop. You never know if they […]Read more "How to make your Muskoka guests feel welcome this long weekend"
Even the weather man promises to cooperate tonight for Canada Day fireworks. Here’s where you can get the best views in Muskoka July 1… Wallace Bay, Lake Rosseau: Fireworks Courtesy of Muskoka Chautauqua & JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Come by boat or car Bracebridge Bay Wrapping a day of activities, singing of Oh Canada […]Read more "Celebrating Canada Day 150: Where to watch fireworks in Muskoka"
This recent quote from a New York Times article called “What Michelle Obama Wore and Why it Mattered” caught my attention and resonates with me on a lot of levels. Having been the editor of a fashion magazine, I know that many people trivialize fashion’s role in society. However, it is an industry that influences […]Read more "“Just because something appears trivial does not mean it is any less powerful as a means of persuasion and outreach.”"
Speaking of coffee, my favourite beverage…you’ll find I’m more than a little obsessed, I asked the Oliver’s Coffee folks at the Esso station in P.C. whether the Tim Horton’s opening had affected their business. They said it didn’t appear so, thereby once more proving the Starbuck’s theory of putting coffee shops on every corner actually […]Read more "Good things happen over coffee"
Yes, this is NOT what Muskoka looks like today from my dock. We wish! Feet of snow is more like it. And some power outages as well. But today is the day I have chosen to do my first posting. It all started like this: in December, a friend of mine who is one of […]Read more "Happy New Year and Welcome to Muskoka Daily!"