Although we were mostly spoiled with warmer weather this past winter, it is still exciting to turn the page on the white stuff and starting thinking spring! Soon, the air will warm, trees will bud and the earliest flowers will poke through to make our lives a bit brighter.
I thank you for picking up the spring issue of Grey-Bruce Boomers – our biggest yet at 48 pages! Along with Linda Thorn, our Advertising Sales Manager, we have worked hard to provide you with a dynamic, interesting issue chock full of valuable information.
In this issue, Alan MacLeod captures the stunning essence of Sedona, Arizona, and eloquently expresses the feeling of the area, while Harbour Hill Retirement Suites and Paul Osadzuk, of Bayshore Physical Therapy, provide practical and interesting statistics and preventative measures to help combat chronic disease and promote healthy aging.
Doug Freiburger, of Port Elgin, takes us along on the diving trip of a lifetime in our Bucket List feature – and even if exploring underwater isn’t on your to-do list, you’ll enjoy reading about his around-the-world adventure. Our very own Linda Thorn shares the story behind Beautiful Joe, a world-famous dog from Meaford, while in our ‘If these walls could talk…’ feature we look at Alpha Lodge and Omega Place – identical houses on the same lot in Teeswater.
As always, thank you to our readers, distributors and advertisers – Grey-Bruce Boomers has received so much positive feedback and growth over the past year that we have launched a sister publication, Huron-Perth Boomers, this spring as well! If you have friends or relatives in the Huron/Perth/Stratford/St. Marys areas, be sure to let them know they now have their own free community magazine, dedicated to local baby boomers!