Monthly Archives: November 2020

A Young Farm Hand in The 1950’s Part 2

Some time after Luther Cole passed away, See post: A Young Farm Hand in The 1950’s, I started working for his son Everett Cole, at 4070 Morton Road a short distance from his fathers farm. As part of the original barn that I remember working in has now been demolished, I will attempt to describe […]

The Nonquon Crown Lands Educational Centre on Scugog Line 10 (Port Perry) Trails Review

***Please click on this link Map Locations of ALL Trails on this Site to view a map with the location of every trail “2oldguyswalking” has written a review on.*** The Nonquon Crown Lands Educational Centre on Scugog Line 10 (Port Perry) Trails Review UPDATE – March 29 2021 – Thanks to our reader Shaun, I’ve contacted the […]

A Young Farm Hand in The 1950’s

How well I remember my first part time job as a hired hand, as well as working on my father’s farm in Camborne. I think I was about fourteen years old and helping a local farmer, Everett Cole whom my father had hired to harvest our wheat and oat crops, and bale the resulting straw. […]

Bald Eagles near Port Hope ?

I’m not a birder, and I don’t know any birders, so I’m hoping one or more of our readers can tell me if these are immature bald eagles. Last year, the Wife and I were walking The Good Doctor’s Trail when we spotted a HUGE bird gliding down the Ganaraska river (most of the Doctor’s […]