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A Landmark Café

G'day there! One of the worst feelings in the world - sorry, my world - is when Tuesday evening rolls around and, despite a Hell's highway of good intentions, I've not been able to come up with anything even remotely interesting for... Continue Reading →

Saving Glenaladale

G'day there! Right, so I imagine you'll be wanting an update (if not, you're getting it anyway): This past week has been a busy one. We've been putting in some long days trying to bring everything together at the deli,... Continue Reading →

For Whom the Wrecking Ball Swings

G'day there! This past Tuesday (December 15), Islanders were treated to something of a storm day as the threat of impending inclement weather shut down large swaths of the province. Of course, when you're self-employed as I am, such days... Continue Reading →

Point Prim Lights The Way

G'day there! As I mentioned in my last post, part of my overhaul of this site includes updates on my work as a freelance historian. So if you'll indulge me, let's hop in my imaginary time machine and head on... Continue Reading →

Structures of Yesteryear: Beaconsfield Historic House

G'day there! Welcome to the very first installment of what I hope will be an informative, entertaining, and perhaps even an enlightening series of posts about the built heritage of Prince Edward Island.  No matter where you go on the... Continue Reading →

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