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A tree harvest has been happening in the woodlot to the right of the hill leading to Drumbo. It appears to be a harvest of walnut trees. The sign on the lot advises that people need to stay out of the lot for their safety. This seems like a good idea because there are many trees leaning so much that they look like they could fall to the ground at any time.
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Goodbye Loft – Hello New Brunswick!
After a year of living in the loft at Gail and John Ashby’s house, Ian and Catherine Saxby are now moving. I will miss Ian, he taught me a lot about art, and is really really nice. This is a painting he did of the Wolverton house – it took him about a year to complete because it is so detailed. I got to paint beside him this summer and do my own Wolverton house picture. It was really fun (and really hot).
Here is an interview I did with Ian:
Continue reading December 4, 2015
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Halloween night was great, it drizzled a bit but everyone had lots of fun. I had a Cleopatra costume, my friend Ethan was a Zombie hunter. We went all over town and the decorations were so scary. Skye’s decorations were the scariest. He had a body hanging from a rope and a skeleton riding a sled through the air. There were also lots of really fun Halloween decorations. The costumes we saw were great too. There were cooks and lobsters, little red riding hood, Anna from Frozen, Wednesday from the Adams Family, and so many more. There was even a dog wearing a princess costume!! It got super rainy after Halloween was done – really happy it waited! Enjoy this Wolverton Halloween slideshow!
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Summer in the Woods
This entire summer Lucas Dunn camped rough in the wilderness as part of Coldwater Canada and Coldwater USA. “Coldwater Canada is a faith-rooted leadership development organization that designs and facilitates adventure-based and service-driven experiences intended to build faith, develop leaders, and engage communities. “.
Continue reading October 16th, 2015