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Slice of Life

It’s hotly debated whether the best part is the smell or the taste. But for baker Lorenzo Richard, fresh-baked bread is about family, tradition and culture. By noon, the loaves are lined in rows like kernels of Indian corn. The … Continue reading

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The Light with an Image to Keep

~Profile of Dennison Tate of Cape Enrage Adventures ~ published in Atlantic Co-operator, May 2005. © copyright Deborah Carr Dennison Tate faces into the wind as he gazes over the turbulent Bay of Fundy, one hand gently resting on the … Continue reading

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A Tour of a Lifetime

Silhouetted against windows overlooking La Dune de Bouctouche, “The Woodchuck” hunches over his workbench. Close at hand are his tools – chisels and mallets made by his brother – and over his shoulder, a charcoal likeness of Jesus. Above the … Continue reading

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An Artist’s Garden

(excerpt only, original article 900 words) © copyright Deborah Carr 2006 ~Profile of Potter/Gardener Karin Bach ~ published in Acreage Life Magazine, May 2006. Those who live along the shores of the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick harbour a … Continue reading

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Island of Contradictions

(excerpted from Moncton Times & Transcript, September 14, 2001, original article 3000 words, with sidebar information) © Deborah Carr The west coastline rises dramatically and abruptly from the point where frothing blue-green waters of the Bay of Fundy rise and … Continue reading

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Race Amid Heroes

I am now a marathoner. I have a T-shirt, a medal the size of a WWF trophy belt buckle and four black toenails – the runner’s trademark – to prove it. This is the tangible evidence. The intangible is what … Continue reading

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Kayaking the Fundy Tides

Living along the shores of the ever-changing and mystical Bay of Fundy, it is difficult to keep her influence…well you know…at bay. (excerpted from Maritime Leisure Living, July 2001 / © Deborah Carr 2001) The vibrantly-coloured kayaks skimmed the surface … Continue reading

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Falcons of Fundy

  They are called ‘the wanderers’, from the Latin peregrinus meaning ‘coming from foreign parts’. So named for their lengthy migratory tendencies, the fascinating Falco peregrinus or peregrine falcon has once more resumed its wandering along the shores of the … Continue reading

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It’s in the Genes

Conservation topics help us see with fresh eyes – this makes us more conscious of and connected with our environment.  We begin to understand that we are a part of, not separate from, our surroundings. (excerpt from Atlantic Salmon Journal, … Continue reading

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A Symphony Takes Flight

“A Symphony Takes Flight” There are defining moments in life, when one is truly humbled and finally able to grasp their place in the world as a participant, an observer, a protector…this one was mine. (Excerpt only from Canadian Wildlife, … Continue reading

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