From all I’ve heard we will be voting for a new Reeve and Councillor tomorrow. I didn’t get an official notice from the RM, but I’ve been told by those that know that I can go to the Ateah Realty office tomorrow and cast my vote. There is enough signs Read more…
For weeks now Manitoba Hydro has been threatening to shut off our electrical power on the 10th of October from 8:00am to about 2pm. Businesses have been upset, as it is the last long weekend before the end of the season, but Manitoba Hydro could not be moved – they Read more…
After things have finally thawed I took a tour to the beach. The water level was lower than the years before. It looks really promising for this summer – something we can all use after the long winter. Now all we need is decent weather – some more sun. Maybe Read more…
I am not normally a friend of the Myth-Busters show, but the other day they tested methods of keeping bears out of garbage cans. Most things did not work, as we all know very well. One thing though promised success: Cayenne Pepper or Chili Powder. I decided to try that Read more…
Looking out my front door this morning I finally understood why the willows and cedars I planted last year don’t seem to grow and hardly have any new shoots this spring.
There was this full sized deer nibbling away at the fresh leaves of the young willows.
Today was the last day the Veranda Gift Shop in Hillside Beach was open.
Paulette and Ian have decided to retire and have sold the premises.
Originally Ian ran the McDonald Tool Rental shop from the property at the corner of Hillside Beach Road and Harry Craig Road.
After 35 years our Pan Abode finally has some insulation!
I had a company from Niverville, Peak Exteriors, add an insulation layer. Steve and his team did a really good job there!
I am almost looking forward to winter, so I can find out how much of a difference the new insulation makes.
As usual one of the first things I do, when I get back to my place is to get the water running.
I just don’t feel right starting the day without a proper shower.
Something wasn’t right. When I got inside I knew what it was. The pump hadn’t restarted. My new underground lines were still frozen!