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Annie, Get Your Gun. Ladies Day @ Annapolis Valley Shooting Sports Club

Annie, Get Your Gun. Ladies Day @ Annapolis Valley Shooting Sports Club

Every year, the Annapolis Valley Shooting Sports Club hosts a Ladies Day sometime during the spring. Checking it out has been on my to-do list for a year or two and this year, it fit in my schedule. Not sure what I expected, but it was pretty basic. Buy tickets at 1.00 each,and go give whatever deadly weapon you fancy a shot. Pun intended. The club informally began in 1958 to meet the needs of skeet and trap enthusiasts and …

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20 Things to Do When You’re Snowed In

20 Things to Do When You’re Snowed In

It’s February. And although we have had quite a mixed bag of weather  in Nova Scotia, FOR SURE there is still stormy weather coming our way at some point. We may even be snowed in. Here’s a list of 20 activities to keep yourself from going stir crazy, and quite a few you can do with no power as well. Take an online course. There are tons of free or low cost courses in every imaginable topic. Do a jigsaw…

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Free or Almost -12 Things to Do in Halifax That Won’t Break the Bank

Free or Almost -12 Things to Do in Halifax That Won’t Break the Bank

Free? Yes. Free, or almost. Vacations are expensive. Living is expensive. Hell, breathing in and out is even sometimes expensive-so we’ve decided to help you out by digging up 12   things to do in Halifax this summer that will cost you almost nada. Halifax Walking Tours– Donation- Meet at the Citadel observation tower for this 1 and ½ hour guided walking tour-these tours depart at 10 am or 3pm. Tour ends along the waterfront.  5425 Sackville St, Halifax. Shakespeare…

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Guided Meanderings on Oak Island

Guided Meanderings on Oak Island

I have a secret. Please don’t throw tomatoes at the computer, but….I don’t watch ‘the Curse of Oak Island.’ There, I’ve said it. Which made the tour I took today a bit awkward. Who was that nondescript bespectacled man signing autographs? Turns out he was our tour guide and beloved character on the Curse of Oak Island  series, Charles Barkhouse. Oops.   There’s a good chance I was the only person on the tour that hadn’t watched  a entire episode of…

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