Sweet, sweet summer in Grey/Bruce – it’s when the world starts to really feel alive again, our communities are bustling with visitors, farmers are working hard in the fields, and those of us lucky enough to call this place home are taking advantage of every minute we have living in paradise.

I truly feel we are blessed to live in a region rich with natural assets, from beautiful beaches and amazing waterfalls, to access to local produce, well-kept trails and no shortage of wide open spaces where you can hear yourself think.

Is it any wonder tourists drive hours upon hours just to experience a few days in our paradise?

This  marks our 10th summer issue and it always amazes me the knowledgeable and talented resources we have in our community. Thank you to Kathyrn Forsyth, of Grey Bruce Public Health, for writing about something we can’t live without, but don’t always think about – water! If you’re looking for a summer day trip, read the Point Clark Lighthouse, a National Historic Site on the south-westerly tip of Bruce County. While out exploring, see if you can catch any local eagles, like Sylvain Champagne has shared with us in his photo spread. Thinking of exploring a little further abroad? Mandy Sinclair shares her experience in the Big Apple. Finally, Doug Archer gives us a glimpse into the journey of Jimmy Watson, one of Canada’s strongest men.

Thank you for reading our summer issue – I hope you soak up all summer has to offer!

Comments are closed