Monday, July 22, 2024
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Cabbage patch kid by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Equity reporter Donald Teuma-Castelletti got some hands-on experience preparing sauerkraut for the upcoming Ladysmith Oktoberfest celebrations. Pictured, he slices cabbage on a specialized mandoline.

Every night, more and more layers are being bundled on. Reds and yellows are starting to dot the forests, and I’ve even seen some trees along Hwy. 148 sitting half-naked at the side of the road.
Fall seems to have jumped the gun a bit this year, and I am upset. Traditionally, I’m a huge fan of summer – I love the heat and the beach.
However, I have decided to try and be a bit more open this year to the changing of the seasons. It’s hard to accept the end of summertime temperatures, but I do love everything pumpkin-flavoured. And yes, I have indulged already in the millennial’s obsession with overpriced pumpkin-spiced lattes from Starbucks.

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