On Moving to the Country

On Moving to the Country

I’d always wanted to live in the country from my childhood having spent my summers close to working farms near Georgian Bay and Penetanguishene. However reality is seldom as you imagine your dreams to be. The country couldn’t be a nicer place to live. It is peaceful, quiet and at one with nature from being able to see the stars on a clear night, to the moon being our city streetlights, to deer running through our property, coyotes, unfortunately too, which is why I don’t let my dogs run loose but when you’ve led a busy city life and you’ve left that and your friends behind, you have to do something about constructively restructuring your time a bit more when you live in the country. I went to work at a local health food store, Harmony Whole Foods and was hired to check groceries three days a week. I did this for two years and I loved it. Then along came the
bed & breakfast.

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