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Henry House  Halifax, Nova Scotia. One of my all time favourite restaurants in the city. First introduced to Henry House in 1972.

Henry House Halifax, Nova Scotia. One of my all time favourite restaurants in the city. First introduced to Henry House in 1972.

Prince Edward Island. I could live there.  "Walking in sand tightens your calves,   Do my calves look tighter?" asked Lorraine.

Prince Edward Island. I could live there. "Walking in sand tightens your calves, Do my calves look tighter?" asked Lorraine.

Favorite Places Spaces

Idlewild Amusement Park - If you have children under 12, this is where you want to be! Kiddie and family rides, play/climbing areas, Storybook Forest, Soak Zone waterslides and pools! You can bring your own cooler, food, wagons, etc to make it a very family friendly experience.

Idlewild Amusement Park - If you have children under 12, this is where you want to be! Kiddie and family rides, play/climbing areas, Storybook Forest, Soak Zone waterslides and pools! You can bring your own cooler, food, wagons, etc to make it a very family friendly experience.

Villa Sera is a self-sustained structure that harnesses power from solar panels, collects rainwater and uses gray water for plants, creating a microcosm that not only reduces the carbon footprint but contributes to the ecological system. The architecture is structured with steel and glass elements to form a strong, modern and spacious building. Greenhouse sections with innovative heat and air circulation for organic farming and plant growing...

Villa Sera is a self-sustained structure that harnesses power from solar panels, collects rainwater and uses gray water for plants, creating a microcosm that not only reduces the carbon footprint but contributes to the ecological system. The architecture is structured with steel and glass elements to form a strong, modern and spacious building. Greenhouse sections with innovative heat and air circulation for organic farming and plant growing...

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Hmmm. Looks a bit precarious. What happens if the lines are cut to the tree, or the tree falls down, or Gosh forbid, if the treehouse is struck by lightening? It is metal after all. Fun for a minutes thrill, but think I'd be a bit nervous up there.

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