Leaf season

Leaf season

Haliburton Highlands’ Hidden Gems: Leaf season. If you know the Haliburton Highlands, you likely love October: great weather, no bugs, and beautiful fall colours. For prime leaf viewing, almost everyone is familiar with the Dorset Fire Tower and the Scenic Drive on...
Get Closer to Your Food at This Garden

Get Closer to Your Food at This Garden

Sometimes it seems we’re surrounded by information on how to be better: eat healthier, be more active, buy local. If you’re like me, you may be inspired by what you’ve heard and read about responsible and healthy food practices, like shopping locally and supporting...
It’s Easy Being Green

It’s Easy Being Green

I’ve never been one for resolutions; 6 weeks into a new year, and I’ve only been left discouraged and disheartened that I can’t commit to eating kale with every meal, or reading 30 books a year, or cutting out chocolate (seriously, can anyone do that?) So with the...
Sweet Gifts of Spring

Sweet Gifts of Spring

You may be living in a place where, when the sparkle of winter begins to fade, Spring looks a lot less cheerful than it should. Travel a little further north and you may find that the awakening is happening at a different pace, bringing with it fresh seasonal...
Friday Nights Will Never Be the Same

Friday Nights Will Never Be the Same

Did you know that there are many visitors to #MyHaliburtonHighlands who aren’t worried about what to make for dinner on Friday night? That’s because they rely on Sage Pantry in Halls Lake to supply them with a yummy meal on their way up to their cottage, friends and...
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