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Viewing entries posted in August 2013

Back to Nature

Posted by Andy Kekacs on 12 August 2013


If you live in an urban area, do you deal with stress by taking a vacation somewhere rural or wild? Many of us do. So, have you ever wondered why and how immersing yourself in a more natural environment makes you feel different? Why do we feel restored when we take a walk in the great outdoors?

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Bumper mosquito crop bugs Nova Scotians

Posted by Andy Kekacs on 12 August 2013


A bumper crop of mosquitoes this year is all some in parts of Nova Scotia are talking about.

“They’re pretty nasty down here. I just got bit by one it felt like a bee sting almost,” said Frank Melanson at his cottage in Tatamagouche.

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