Gail Grant is a freelance writer who lives in Palgrave.
Vegetable grower extraordinaire Karen Hollingshead uses galvanized steel raised beds and water troughs to hold her 35 varieties of tomatoes and other gems.
After turning 70 Gail Grant found cooking a chore. Here’s how meal kits, poached eggs on toast and guilty-pleasure dinners have kept her happily fed.
Sigrid Wolm may have closed her iconic kitchen store, but she’s far from ready to retire.
Keen eyes can spot a variety of fairy abodes secreted along the pathways in Palgrave and Dufferin Forests.
Herb Hastings is an original member of the Achill Choral Society, is working on his 13th end-to-end trek of the Bruce Trail by hiking 30 to 50 kilometres every week.
Living solo in the era of Covid-19.
Somehow I thought growing old would take longer.
Originally an elementary school teacher, Brenda encouraged her students to think critically about issues, including politics.
These men have been dealing each other in for 40 years and never missed a game.
From kitchen tables to international tournaments, in the pantheon of table games, bridge still rules.
Are men as good at long-term friendships as women?
For octogenarian Johnny Berger, aging only means heli-skiing with a slower group.
After retirement, your passion can be a new career.
Bill Hayes spent his early childhood on a farm property that is now the Caledon Riding and Hunt Club on the Third Line (now Creditview Road).
It gets easier with age!
When the family started Broadway Farm’s Market in 2002, Anne kept the books and did the baking for the shop.
Living alone doesn’t have to be lonely.
Born just before the Great Depression, Alice spent her teen years at Forks of the Credit, where her father worked for the railway.