Sauble Beach Lodge
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... rest as we lived in a separate building from the family. We lived above the garage and their commercial kitchen with 5 other people working on the farm. 3 interns which were Doug, Marleen, and Nail who was from Ireland, and there was also 2 other workaways from Germany who were Leo and Amily. I guess they had a lot of workaways from Germany in the past as Jens enjoys to speak German every now and again to the girls. It was fun living with all these people as you grow ...
... walls, cliff trails or a seat at a sidewalk cafe.
From the early Florida days, taking our (then) little Rita & Paul to visit Nana & Grandad to our 'empty nest' travels of the last few years there's not a minute I would change.
The world is amazing, there is so much to see and always new places to visit. We have loved so many places we've been too, but it's hard to justify going back, with so many that we haven't yet explored!
I know ...
... our 'best' culinary find in Portugal were the delicious and inexpensive freshly cured olives. Half litre tins sold for as little as 1 Euro and litre 2.50 euros per litro. That's about $3.80 Cdn/litre or $3.40 US a quart. Buy me some!
We want to get to Keady more this year, and to Wiarton & Owen Sound's markets as well.
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The West Coast of Portugal really is the 'Wild West' ...
... and were used as a fuel and supply stop for the Allies during WWII. Perhaps more importantly (to my gastronomy), they are the home of tea plantations, pineapple & citrus farms and wonderful seafood. They supplied citrus to the UK through much of the 20th century.
Enough of that for now, still a few things to do around here before we get on the road, so I will say goodbye for now and see you soon from ...
Ask anyone who lives here.... this winter has been unlike any other in recent memory. Everyone in Bruce County is dreaming of tropical temperatures, tropical waters and tropical attire... not to mention tropical beverages. It's finally time to vacate "cottage country" and head to the Far East for another ...