Ah, fall… my favourite time of year!
As much as I love the short, and this year hot, summer that Huron/Perth provided us, I always look forward to September. Getting the family back into some kind of routine, buying new sweaters and leggings, breaking out my cute boots instead of flip flops, it’s a time of renewal.
Fall is a time to trade in beaches and barbecues for crisp air and casseroles; a time to enjoy the amazing colours in Huron/Perth and some awesome fall events; a time to think about getting ready for winter – home maintenance, snow tires and Christmas shopping (which is much more fun!).
As always, we have a great line-up of articles in this, our third, issue. We are fortunate to have so many interesting and knowledgeable people in our community who want to share their expertise and life experiences. It is the contribution of these people, businesses and organizations that makes Huron-Perth Boomers a true community magazine – our stories are written by people in Huron/Perth for people in Huron/Perth.
In this issue you’ll follow one author’s trip through Iceland, try to solve a murder mystery in 1903 Wingham, get tips for avoiding illnesses while travelling, and learn more about Huron County’s role in preparing Allied troops for battle during the Second World War – fitting as we approach Remembrance Day on Nov. 11.
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