Sunday Morning Coffee

Sunday mornings I usually take time to catch up on stories I may not have time to read through the week. I thought I would share some that caught my eye this week.

How a heartbroken doomsday prepper who lost everything is now saving hurricane victims | NJ.com

This story is heart breaking and heart warming at the same time. Such a positive end to a life long project and the human spirit lifting people up when they need it most. Take a minute to read this and look at the photos.

You probably wouldn’t expect to find a doomsday prepper’s compound at the end of a nice cul-de-sac off of Tuckerton Road, otherwise lined with large houses with pools.But that’s where Joseph Badame, 74, has spent most of his life, building and outfitting his home and outbuildings for the day when, he believes, an economic collapse will make it all necessary for survival.If you’re picturing a reclusive wildman wearing camouflage, think again.

Source: How a heartbroken doomsday prepper who lost everything is now saving hurricane victims | NJ.com

How to Host Thanksgiving: Do’s and Don’ts | Simple Bites

I have followed Aimee’s blog for years and love this practical post about getting ready to host Thanksgiving. If you have time check out some of her recipe links as well!

Since those early blogging days, I’ve featured all sorts of Thanksgiving content from leftover ideas to tips for hosting the event outdoors. Today’s post is a little different: it is a list of Do’s and Don’ts for the big day.This isn’t etiquette advice! Instead you’ll find it’s extremely practical tips based on my experience of feeding a crowd on Thanksgiving Day for many years now.

Source: How to Host Thanksgiving: Do’s and Don’ts | Simple Bites

You could work Here!

Terra Beata Cranberries Frozen cranberry line worker

This sounds great for anyone looking to fill in some seasonal hours or earn some extra money for the holidays.

It is cranberry season, and we are looking to hire a couple more production workers to clean and sort frozen cranberries. The work is indoors, generally Monday to Friday 7AM to 4:30PM. Please message us for more information if you know anyone who might be interested.
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

You Could Live Here! 328 Highway 210, Newcombville Nova Scotia

I’ve had the pleasure of being in this house, sipping on a glass of wine by the fireplace with friends. I have to tell you I was completely gob-smacked by the kitchen/dining room…just beautiful! Close to town and great schools…lots of space…a pool…this is someone’s dream family home.

Modern and Grand is the best way to describe this stunning 11 yr old Family Home. From the second you walk through the door you will be in awe of the quality & elegance this home has to offer. This home was built with entertaining family & friends in mind. Kids will love the amazing school district (Newcombville/ Hebbville/Parkview), the large finished rec room, the above ground pool, the large private yard with it’s hidden tree house, that will keep them busy all day long. Mom & Dad can relax by the fireplace in the Grand Living Room while surrounded by the large bright windows each room offers. Warm and cozy you will be with the in floor heating and the Thermal Storage Unit for energy efficient heating all winter long. This home has 3 huge Bedrooms up and 2 rooms downstairs that could be used as bedrooms as well, 3 full bathrooms, Formal Dining Room, Family room, Master bedroom with an Ensuite Bathroom, and…the Kitchen of your Dreams!

Source: 328 Highway 210, Newcombville Nova Scotia Property Details

This property is listed with Jennifer Gray of Exit Realty Interlake.

Enjoy the day!

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