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Schumacher, Schumacher

Elizabeth Fisher Tambeau on 18-Jul-18
Schumacher, Ontario, Canada is my hometown and I still live here. I also went to Schumacher Public School and Schumacher High School in the 1940s and 1950s. I went to school with the author of an excellent biography of F. W. Schumacher and history of our town. 'Frederick W. Schumacher, Portrait of a Renaissance Man' by Louise Nightingale Smith. This biography was followed by, 'Schumacher, Voices in the Goldfields', a collection of memories of local residents.

Red Cloud Country Retreat, Warkworth

Libby Shaw on 17-Jul-18
Beautiful, restful, peaceful location, lovely, private accommodation, and such nice hosts. Delightful breakfast, great conversation. David is an accomplished artist in wood, you can visit his studio if you'd like. Big friendly dog Zooey will welcome you when you first arrive but will not overwhelm. Strongly recommended for city folk wanting to get away and relax.

Mountain, Mountain

Nancy Mills on 14-Jul-18
Looking for information on ancestor Thomas Mills who reportedly lived In Mountain approximately around 1823 to1834. Had 2 children born while living in the area. He lived in the US before and after thus time. We are wondering if he moved to the area to work on building thee rideau canal.

Jimmy's Special Pizza, Stirling

Lori D Stirling, Canada on 03-Jul-18
Great Staff, Great Food We moved to the area about a year ago and have had pizza delivery a few times that always arrives fast and hot. We have also gone to the restaurant several times. The staff is super friendly and the food consistently good. Great little spot

Glover's Farm Market (OFFMA), Warkworth

Wendy Duffus on 03-Jul-18
Yesterday I drove to Hastings to visit with a friend who suggested we have lunch at Glover's. She had driven past a number of times but had never gone in so this was a perfect time to check things out. We loved the dining room and our cold plate lunches. The carrot cake was amazing. After lunch we wandered the other side and couldn't believe the range of products! Foodstuffs, frozen foods, hand made soap, quilts, kids' ride'em toys, lots of plush animals (I bought a little giraffe for my new grandson) - so many great things. I first asked if they are open year round and when told they were, I then asked if they brought in lots of things for Christmas. I was assured they sure do. I cannot wait! My friend and I are definitely coming back! Since yesterday, I have told my sister about Glover's and she wants to go too. What a great find! What a gem!

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