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My wife and I, with a couple of our friends, decided to take a trip through Huron County, and we discovered some pretty great places. This article will walk you through our entire adventure. Below was our itinerary of all the great places that we stopped. You can check them out by clicking on the link below. I would suggest you pick up a cooler from Amazon, the one that I purchased is here so that you can store some produce from your trip. A SUNNY DAY AT SUNNYCRESTThe Cheapest Place to Purchase Homemade Baked Goods First, we stopped at a small Mennonite bakery called Sunnycrest Home Baking which has to be the cheapest bakery in the area. We found so many wonderful goodies. Their Address: 1094 Geddes St, Hawkesville, ON N0B 1X0, Canada It may look like an ordinary house on the street, but if you look closely, you’ll…

The Opal Nugget Ice Maker is one of the best portable nugget ice makers on the market today. For the longest long time, those who wanted the GE Profile Opal Nugget Ice Maker in Canada had to either order it from the USA or find one used. If you’re a fan of the Opal Nugget Ice Maker, now you can order one on Amazon in Canada. The Opal Nugget Ice Maker has a ton of great features that make it a desired nugget ice maker in Canada. Some of those features are: Produces 24 pounds of soft, chewable nugget iceProduces nugget ice in as little as 20 minutesHolds 3 pounds of nugget ice at one timeComes with a side tank for water capacityLED display screen Built-in WIFI and voice control The Opal Nugget Ice Maker is the most popular portable nugget ice maker on the market today. Now this powerful…

Nugget ice is that wonderfully soft ice that breaks apart in your mouth. It’s the ice that soaks up all the flavours of your beverage. Those who know all about nugget ice, know why owning a nugget ice maker would be out of this world. 1Nugget Ice Makers Are Expensive2Why Nugget Ice is So Popular?3The Top Nugget Ice Makers in Canada4Conclusion It would be amazing to be able to enjoy that wonderful nugget ice all summer long and even in the colder months. Nugget Ice Makers Are Expensive There is no doubt about it, that nugget ice makers are more expensive than traditional nugget ice makers that produce bullet ice. Unfortunately, you’ll be paying anywhere from $500-$1000 for a high-quality nugget ice maker in Canada. I know that is a lot of money, but it’s actually far less than purchasing a commercial nugget ice maker and having them installed in…

Tim Hortons has officially announced that Roll up the Rim to Win will return on March 7, 2022, and every roll wins. Like last year, you’ll have to download the mobile app to participate. Every time you purchase your everyday favourites like hot and cold beverages, breakfast sandwiches – you get digital rolls. We all enjoy Roll Up the Rim to Win and this year will be no different. There are lots of great prizes this year from 19 different prize partners. Of course, the grand prize is a new Volkswagen. Just make sure you scan your Tim’s Card every time you make a purchase so you can claim those rolls. You can click here and create your Tim’s Account so you can link your physical Tim’s Card with a Reward Account. Not only is Roll Up The Rim to Win back in Canada, but spring is just around the…

The other day, I was looking for a small compressor that I could use for small projects around my house. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXpRSyxCgvU You know what I mean, a compressor that’s large enough to pump up a tire, drive-in finishing nails, and use for other odd jobs as needed. As I read through the reviews online, I finally decided to purchase the Craftsman Portable Electric Pancake Air Compressor from Lowes Canada. There are several reasons why I decided to go with this particular air compressor over the others available on the market. First of All, this compressor is portable and easy to carry from place to place. It only weighs 30 pounds, which makes moving it around a breeze. One of the reasons I wanted a pancake compressor was so that I could move it around easily, and it doesn’t take up a lot of space. It also gives me 150 Max…

If you’re planning a trip to Canada’s Wonderland during COVID19 this summer, this article will give you everything you’ll need to know to get the best out of your day. I recently took the plunge and took my family of 5 to Canada’s largest amusement part. Canada’s Wonderland has been closed for the last 2 years due to the COVID19 pandemic. Our kids were so excited to finally get the opportunity to go, and we were excited to get back to a little normal again. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRQWlSIyXmU We purchased 5 regular passes for Wonderland as well as 2 drink passes and 2 all-day food passes. We knew that the kids would be too excited to eat a lot, so the 2 drinks and food passes seemed to be a good idea. The total price for Wonderland for our family was about $400 for the day, which is quite a lot of…

I’m a big fan of Apple Products! It’s what they say all of the time – Apple products just work! They don’t just work well, they also work well together and that makes them better than any device on the market. I have this weird dream of going to the nearest Apple store and purchasing every product that Apple currently sells. How much money would I need in this dream? Well, that is what we’re going to figure out. In this article, I’m going to break down the devices that I would purchase from Apple, how much money it would cost me, and what I’m going to get in the end. All of the prices are in Canadian dollars, because, well, my dream happens in Canada. Here we go! Blue 24‑inch iMac with Apple M1 chip I went with 16GB of ram and the larger 2 TBs of SSD storage.…

We’re all about making our life easier! Isn’t that why we invest so much money on tech and gear that’s labeled “smart?” We want emails written for us and vacuums to have a mind of their own. We want things to be more streamlined and automatic. This is also true when it comes to the tools and gear in our kitchen. A couple of days ago, I was going through the gadgets in my kitchen and determining which ones I couldn’t live without. I’m talking about the items that make my day-to-day life easier, and, in my humble opinion, should be purchased by every Canadian as soon as possible. These are not ground-breaking technologies, just simple devices that make me more efficient. I’m going to list them below in no particular order. I’ll also add some Amazon links so that you can check out the price and do some solo…

Mr. Beast is a YouTuber with currently 61M subscribers. His most famous videos include tipping a pizza delivery guy $10,000, and I Put 100 Million Orbeez In My Friend’s Backyard, which combined has a total of 140M views. In December of 2019, he announced that he would be getting into the fast-food business. He set up various ghost kitchens or restaurants that operate completely online or have their own identity and would make MrBeast Burgers on the side to prepare and sell the famous MrBeast Burger. Canadians were hoping that they would have the opportunity to purchase the Beast Burger themselves; many even signed a partition hoping to get Jimmy Donaldson’s (AKA MR BEAST’s) attention. Now MrBeast Burger is available in Canada! https://twitter.com/DawnLScheller/status/1358964891604967424 There are currently 4 locations in Toronto. 291 Lake Shore Blvd E412 Church St736 Sussex Mews325 Front St W You can also purchase the MrBeast Burger in…

Purchasing a swimming pool is a huge investment. The cost of an in-ground swimming pool in Canada can run you on average between $90,000 to $110,000 for installation and another $1,200 a year for maintenance. That’s a lot of money! Overall, the price of owning and maintaining a swimming pool and the work involved in keeping it clean and safe is a large investment for anyone, but is it worth it? Are there other substitutes that would work? We picked the brains of leading experts to get some ideas. We wanted to know the PROS and CONS of owning a swimming pool and some things that we should consider before taking the plunge. Below is what we learned. CON: You Can’t Swim All Year Long One of the biggest drawbacks of purchasing or installing a swimming pool in Canada is that your pool can’t be used year-round. A Canadian is…

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