2021 Vol 1 – Spring

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Milton Studio Art Gallery

March 22, 2021

For 12 years, Milton Studio Art Gallery in Milton has featured art works, in many forms, by juried and regional artists. According to owner and artist Shirley Cadmus, visitors enjoy browsing through framed and unframed canvases and one-of-a-kind items such as carved wooden bowls made from pine, maple, or oak and handmade baskets crafted from …

Girls’ Day Out at Tunnel Creek Vineyard

March 11, 2021

Covid hair, Covid extra pounds, Covid isolation frustration; by Nov. 19, 2020, I had just had it. Of course, I took the situation seriously (still do) but by Nov. 19, I needed a girls’ day out. I had not stepped foot in my parents’ home (the house I grew up in on my great grandfather’s …

A Place and Wines for All Seasons – Tunnel Creek Vineyards

March 12, 2021

Winter Winter has a way of stripping away and leaving things in all their naked beauty. The support sticks and wires were lined up, silent sentinels with bare vines clinging to them on the hillside going down to the venue. Row after row, they had a beauty of their own. Spring, summer and fall would …

Stone Decks? A Cool Refuge from a Crazy World

March 12, 2021

Outdoor Living Decisions Let’s face it, anyone who has owned a deck for any amount of time has been frustrated with the deterioration and maintenance of their once proud structure. Pressure treated deck boards start off OK, but the elements take their toll without continuous care. The frustration usually ends with broken wood or a …

Growing Through Challenges – Honey Bee Hills Farm

March 12, 2021

Sometimes the best things in life don’t come from well-laid plans, but instead from taking chances and following where they lead. When Rich and Liz Mason decided to quit their international development careers that took them around the world and back again, they weren’t sure exactly where they would land or what they would do. …

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