Pets

Holistic, Natural and Organic Pet Foods Holistic, natural and organic are terms that refer to pet foods sourced from toxin and pesticide-free plants grown without chemicals, containing fresh non-commercially-processed meats low in fats and calories. Holistic foods provide an excellent diet for dogs with allergies, sensitive digestion, and/or weight problems. Experts say animals with natural…
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Watch Collecting

You may have a collection yourself or you probably know at least one guy who does. They come in every imaginable style and size. Some guys just can’t have enough of them. Their prices can run into the hundreds of thousands of Dollars. But what is the big craze all about? Why is it that…
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Vintage Automobiles

Vintage automobiles a rare find and a true treasure! Imagine purchasing or inheriting a piece of property and discovering there is an old barn or shed on the property that has not been opened for years. After building up the nerve to open the old doors, and hoping there is not a bed of snakes…
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Organic Elegance

Home Decorating with LUXURY ORGANICS There’s simply no escaping it – from Hollywood to Holland Marsh, the latest trend for home decor is going green. Whether you’re styling a brand-new look for your home or weekend get-away, or just looking to up-date your space, organic simplicity is nouveau chic in home decor. According to Vincent…
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Gourmet Organic Magic

You don’t have to be a master chef to know that the freshest produce makes the best dish. And whether you’re learning new ethnic recipes, cooking for a special diet, adopting a healthier overall lifestyle, or just getting together with friends and family to cook and have fun, top players in the field all agree…
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Golfing

  Are you ready to play? If the winter blues has you down and you are aching to get on the golf course, pick your chin up, put a smile on your face and grab your wallet because it is time to go Shopping! Certainly you can’t be planning to play this up coming season…
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Collectable Antiques

From Soup Tureens to Coca Cola: Hot and Hotter Trends in Collectable Antiques If you’re avid for antiques, then this is your year! Antiques are very hot and getting even hotter. And, since many of us are tightening our purse strings, it’s especially important now to know the true value of our treasures, and what…
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Uxbridge

Nestled in a peaceful valley on the Oak Ridges Moraine, the town of Uxbridge is high on the list of communities for residents seeking the serenity of country living within an hour of Toronto. Settled in 1806 by Quakers from Pennsylvania, the Uxbridge Friends Meeting House for the Quaker community was built in 1820, and…
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Sutton

Sutton is a small yet thriving community of 6000 people situated around Black River and sandwiched between forests and farmlands. Once a small village called Bouchier Mills, named after the man who built a dam on the Black River in 1831, this quaint suburb has managed to grow with the times and retain its early…
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Sharon

Sharon is a quaint little town nestled between the equally small Queensville and the ever-busy Newmarket. Originally named Hope, this area was settled by an offshoot sect of Quakers known as the Children of Peace, whose influence remains highly visible to this day thanks to the stunning Sharon Temple. This iconic structure, also known as…
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