We are back in the city after a real quick trip to the cottage to clean out the fridge and freezer.
We got up at 6 on a Saturday morning. That's as unthinkable to me as giving birth. We grabbed some coffee locally and some breakfast in Truro before arriving at the cottage around 10. Patricia left me at the cottage whilst she went to the Tatamagouche Farmer's Market. I remained there to do the afore-mentioned work.
She returned to the cottage. We loaded up the car and left, returning here around 4:15.
We're bushed. It's been a long day. We will try to have some fun on Sunday.
The blog got some interesting notice a few months ago, and I didn't know anything about it. Someone claiming to know me wrote about the blog and provided a link to Halifax history and the razing of the community that became Scotia Square and the Cogswell Street exchange.
I think I know who it is, but I can't be sure, so I won't identify him.
Here. Read the post.
And, thanks for the kind words!
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