A COVID19 Christmas

We watched the warnings on the nightly news. Stay home for Christmas, Not this time!. In times of a COVID19 Shutdown, a family Christmas was the only thing on our […]

Bucket List Celebrations & Festivals

As a Canadian, I am kicking myself for not being in Toronto for the Raptors Victory party. after winning the NBA Championship, but only rabid fans would come into town, […]

Terroir on the Move

For the first time in years, Prince Edward County‚Äôs annual Terroir wine event did not happen in the Crystal Palace in Picton, Ontario, instead, there were onsite events at many […]

Captivated by the Cornish Coast

Mind-map “Cornwall, UK” and so many images come pouring out: Bodmin Moor, burial mounds, barrows, beacons, Cavaliers, Celtic Legends, Cornish pasties, clotted cream, caves, cliff walks, druids, the Eden project, […]

Joyful Travel in 2018

Travel is often filled with hassles –  luggage, bookings, budget overages, foreign languages, but there are times of sheer joy, that makes it all worthwhile.  My top 10 Joyful Travel […]

A Covert BC Wine Tour

I wrote this blog a year ago but didn’t post it. As a wine tourist not a connoisseur, I’m happy to tell the backstories of the wineries but hesitant to […]

Grapes are rolling in Peterborough

Jon Drew Owner/winemaker at Rolling Grape Vineyard. – photo by Veronica Leonard Rolling Grape Vineyard had only been open eight weeks when I visited with a group of travel writers. […]

Pizza at Norman Hardie’s

I visited Norman Hardie’s winery for lunch earlier this summer. With all the #MeToo focus on the owner/winemaker, I was curious to see how things were doing. The last time […]