Made in the Hills – Winter Adventure

Get out there, get cold and warm up with great pub food with a focus on local suppliers

November 19, 2013 | | Back Issues

Start with a Hudson’s Bay blanket tote from DéjàVu Design 1 (available at Dragonfly Arts). They’re made from real Hudson’s Bay blankets. Add a scarf and a hat of warm alpaca wool made by Kai-Liis McInnes 2 – she even raises the alpacas! Then throw in a ski-lift ticket at Hockley Valley Resort 3 with lunch at Babbo 3 on-site. Or make it a day of cross-country skiing at Mansfield Outdoor Centre 4 with lunch at Terra Nova Public House just down the road– great pub food with a focus on local suppliers.

  1. DéjàVu Design Laura Levitt Hudson’s Bay Totes $150, available at Dragonfly Arts. dejavutextiles.com
  2. Kai-Liis McInnes Headband $40, toque $90. 836100 4th Line East, Mulmur. 519-925-0421, kai-liis.com
  3. Hockley Valley Resort & Babbo Lift tickets $47. Hockley Valley Rd at 3rd Line, Mono. 519-942-0754, hockley.com
  4. Mansfield Outdoor Centre Adult trail pass with rental $40. Airport Rd north of Mansfield. 705-435-4479, mansfieldoutdoorcentre.ca
  5. Terra Nova Public House 667294 20 Sdrd, Mulmur. 705-466-5992, terranovapub.ca

 

 

 

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Tony Reynolds is a freelance writer who lives happily above Broadway in Orangeville.

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