From the monthly archives:

June 2012

Set those DVRs! Me-N-Paula = Oh My God

by Matt on June 27, 2012

Dear friends, if you’re not doing anything this Saturday morning you can turn on your television and watch me a) cooking b) actin’ a fool c) trying to keep it together in the presence of Paula Deen. Ok, actually maybe they edited  c) out of the show, I don’t know. You never know what happens [...]

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2 Really Easy Salads

by Matt on June 26, 2012

You know what my latest pet peeve is? People who talk about how busy they are. “I’m just so busy I haven’t had a moment to blog!” or “Things are so hectic I just haven’t had any time to update!”  You know what? We’re all busy. And you can’t be that busy if you still [...]

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My favorite places in Nova Scotia

by Matt on June 24, 2012

Well folks, I wanted to share with you the two places in Nova Scotia that really left a big impression on me. Truth be told, all of them did, every single place. But these two places were so fantastic that I just had to write about them all by their little happy selves.  And they [...]

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Top Ten Halifax Moments

by Matt on June 19, 2012

I just returned from 5 glorious days along the Eastern coast of Canada, Nova Scotia to be exact. But you might already know this. In those days I visited Halifax, Dartmouth, the Annapolis Valley, Sambro, Ketch Harbor, Wolfville, and many points inbetween as part Canada’s Explore Like A Local campaign. In fact, I was one [...]

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Halifax, Nova Scotia

by Matt on June 13, 2012

So what can I say about my first day in Halifax? It’s nice. And before you say “Nice? That’s all?” I want to back up and say that I mean it in the strongest sense of the word, not in a “well I don’t have anything else to say so nice is a good harmless [...]

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Howdy folks! Give me my camera and a notepad, set me loose in Halifax, Nova Scotia, throw in a fantastic dose of social media and your requests and what do you get? The Canadian Trailblazer Contest, part of the Explore Like A Local campaign from the Canadian Tourism Commission and Travel + Leisure magazine. And [...]

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