Carson Arthur shows you a beautiful glamping location by the water.
The largest generation in history is about to change the economic game. Their desire for space and character over proximity makes for an interesting future for smaller communities like the Bay of Quinte.
As published in the Bay of Quinte Discovery Guide. Check out the full guide here!
Whether you are looking for Dad or have a summer birthday gift to buy for that special man in your life, the most popular online searched items for 2017 may surprise you.
Guys want drones! To be 100 per cent honest, this one surprised even me. I had no idea that drones were the hot ticket for this summer but apparently all of my outdoor buddies want one to take aerial shots of their homes, their camping trips and even of the top of the trees.
Personally, I think it has more to do with the idea that guys who are currently in their late 30s to mid 40s grew up with remote controlled cars and this is the evolution of their childhood toys.
Every spring, I like to take a look at the housing numbers, all of the stats associated with buyers and what they are looking for so that I can help you improve the value of your homes. I’ve always know that even if you are not planning on selling today, making smart upgrades to your front and backyards have long-term dividends when it comes to home valuation.
Sarah Gun, Shai Deluca-Tamasi, and Carson Arthur talk about how they draw design inspiration from their home towns in countryside Nova Scotia and rural Northern Ontario.
Look out housing market, the millennials are on the move — and they want outdoor spaces for play.
Every spring I like to take a look at the housing numbers, all of the stats associated with buyers and what they are looking for so that I can help you improve the value of your homes. I’ve always know that even if you are not planning on selling today, making smart upgrades to your front and back yards has long-term dividends when it comes to home valuation.
What I couldn’t predict was the colossal impact that this new generation of buyers will have on these outdoor spaces and how they want to use them.
It doesn’t seem quite fair that the gardeners are being blamed for our current rat problem.
Backyard composters are coming under fire as a source of food for the rodent population, and many gardeners and homeowners are being told to get rid of them in hopes that somehow the rats will all disappear because they don’t have your lettuce scraps to eat anymore!
Instead of getting rid of the composters and encouraging everyone to send biodegradable waste to the landfill, why don’t we just explain how to rat-proof your composter?