This area is rife with craft brewers making delicious batches of beer. We try to get out every other weekend to try a new brewery, or sometimes just revisit some of our favourites. Although I'm not a big beer drinker, I am smitten with sour beers, and Signal Brewing Co. has hit the nail on … Continue reading Signal Brewing: Pucker Up
This post will be a bit different. I'm not going to review anything, but I am going to lower my walls and let you guys in a little bit. I tried to think of a funny and catchy title, but let's face it, I'm not that creative, and at one point during our posting, I … Continue reading Posted Out: Where Are You Taking Me?
This year marks our second annual outing to the sugarbush, and we went right back to Walt's Sugar Shack located about 20 minutes from downtown Trenton on Salem Road in Consecon. I was so excited to eat pancakes that I actually did not eat all morning and was starving by the time we got there. … Continue reading Maple in the County: Walt’s Sugar Shack & Prince Eddy’s Brewing Co.
As I've said before, I love cafes, but even more, I love bakeries. The Bay of Quinte and Northumberland County region is filled with a variety of them, and I've visited a fair bit of them, which will be the spotlight of another post. BUT! I live in Trenton, and there just aren't as many … Continue reading Wannamaker’s: Dough My God
If you're from my hometown, you know exactly what that phrase means. If you're not, you are about to learn a lot about small-town Nova Scotia. I thought since this blog is going to be about what I know, I should start where I spent 18 years. I highly doubt many people will actually go … Continue reading Cruisin’ The Strip
Hi there! if you're here, maybe you're looking for places to visit, things to do, or I've sent you the link in an attempt to make myself feel popular (ha!). A little about myself! I'm originally from southwestern Nova Scotia from a little island surrounded by sand. It sounds magical, but it's pretty chilly! It … Continue reading The Journey Begins