Just when you think you can’t take the weather and the roads anywhere, you take a break in the weather and head to Fundy. What Mark and I found this weekend was a renewed hope for enjoying more of winter. Since the kids have gotten older and my hands have gotten worse in the cold with Raynaud’s disease, we really have gotten away from doing anything outside in the winter. This past weekend though was gorgeous and tolerable! I could actually see myself enjoying it (when the temperature and wind were just right 🙂 ). We wanted to show you this week all the ways Fundy is making it more inviting to enjoy the park in all seasons. Enjoy some of these photos Mark took while we explored all the options available to you.
I have been wanting to write about this next business for a while now. I heard about this unique business back a few years ago when I heard on the news that the owner was going to have to put it up for sale after being in his family since 1922. You can see that news story here. Sadly this owner passed away while it was still for sale but it has been rejuvenated in the past year by his niece and great granddaughter of the original owner Sterling Moffett. I asked Natasha to share some of the history and story behind her family’s store and how she came to be a part of it. Here is her story behind Moffett’s Hardware Store in Sussex, New Brunswick:
I hope you enjoyed our last post from the German bakery in Hillsborough and that you got to enjoy his baking even more! This week we are jumping across the street from the bakery to the new Italian offering in Hillsborough called Rocco’s Cucina ! Rocco’s opened late November to a warm welcome from the community. Going to Rocco’s is not only a feast for the taste buds but experiencing Rocco’s enthusiasm and personal service makes your visit even more memorable.
Welcome back to our 1st real post of 2019! I’ve been wanting to follow-up on the live Facebook video I did at the beginning of December from Oliver’s German Bakery in Hillsborough. If you missed it you can find it in the video library on my Facebook page “The Road to Waterside“. I hope some of these photos will entice you to visit the Bakery either in Hillsborough, at the Dieppe Market or at various locations in the community that carry his products. When you love bread and baked products it feels so good when you know they are made with the freshest ingredients, whole grains, no sugar ( at least in the bread) ,made by hand and you know they are better for you. What a great way to start the new year! Oliver along with his helpers Tatiana and Freda are the main bakers and production workers in the bakery and in the market but they do employ other help like some of Oliver’s kids and family when they need it. They start pretty early in the morning and sometimes work through the night but Oliver says he much prefers the pace here than he did in Germany.