Letters – Our readers write: Spring 2012Mar 22, 2012 | | Letters, Our Readers Write
Letters published in the SPRING 2012 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Bicycle ExchangeMar 24, 2011 | | Back Issues
Mountain biker Karen Gillies and road cyclist Nicola Ross invite each other out for a spin.
Le Tour de Terra CottaMar 24, 2011 | | Back Issues
Ted Webb’s infectious passion for cycling has transformed a sleepy village into a road racer’s dream.
Le Tour de Terra Cotta – Race VideoMar 24, 2011 | | Back Issues
RACE DATE: MONDAY AUGUST 1st, 2011 Participants don’t just like LTDTC… they LOVE it! The Tour starts at the Terra Cotta Inn where dozens of sleek, jersey-clad racers fill King…
Secret GardensMar 24, 2011 | | Leisure
From the street you’d never know it – but behind these two Orangeville homes are gardens of magical delight.
Refracted LightMar 24, 2011 | | Back Issues
Each of the Glasslands sculptures will represent a theme related to sustainable living.
Glasslands Musical SlideshowMar 24, 2011 | | Back Issues
View a musical video including more of the Glasslands photographs, reflect and enjoy. By Monica Duncan The striking photographs of crystal sculptures on display at The Alton Mill this May…
Stitches Across TimeMar 24, 2011 | | Back Issues
Pat’s work will be included in an exhibition called Stitches Across Time at Dufferin County Museum and Archives this spring and summer.
Let the sun shine inMar 24, 2011 | | Back Issues
Here at our farm we stare transfixed at the meter on our newly installed solar panel as it efficiently, quietly and greenly produces kilowatt-hour after kilowatt-hour.
Catching a few raysMar 24, 2011 | | Back Issues
While debate rages about the pros and cons of corporate wind farming, solar power production has largely flown under the radar.
Inglewood Light and PowerMar 24, 2011 | | Back Issues
It’s an elegant old lady, decked out in a fancy hat. Inglewood’s Riverdale Woolen Mill – these days perhaps better known as the Riverdale Fitness Centre – has seen a lot of different uses since Thomas Corbett first established a business on the site along the banks of the Credit River in 1841.
Swim, Bike, RunMar 24, 2011 | | Back Issues
Year-round they meet – on the trails, along the roads, in local pools and quarries, and even in banquet halls. After 15 years of uniting everyone from Olympic-class athletes to toddlers and grandparents in the joys of active living, Caledon’s C3 still offers Canada’s premier cross-training environment. Here’s why.