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Resocializing Dogs After Covid

By Huckleberry Press / September 16, 2021 /
Roxy the Dog

Many people in 2020 got a dog for company in our bubbles. As the world starts to open up again people are dealing with how to re-socialize their furry little buddies into a world with less social distancing.

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WKCC Staying in Focus

By Huckleberry Press / May 28, 2021 /

2020 was to be a year of celebration for the West Kootenay Camera Club. It was their thirtieth anniversary of the founding of the WKCC.

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Mothers Day

By Huckleberry Press / May 13, 2021 /

Every year we hurry to find the perfect gift or card for our mothers on Mother’s Day. In Canada and the US Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May.

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Paying Homage to Trail’s Stonemason, ‘Bill’ Di Domenico

By Huckleberry Press / March 11, 2021 /

Trail’s beloved stonemason Guglielmo “Bill” Di Domenico has died. We are mourning his loss.

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Catalog Shopping

By Huckleberry Press / January 25, 2021 /

Ben Franklin is remembered for so many great ideas and sayings. One of his inventions had a lasting impact for shoppers. That is the catalog.

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Colour Me Pink

By Huckleberry Press / October 24, 2020 /

I admit I don’t follow fashion that closely. One advantage of being older is you can wear what is comfortable instead of fashionable.

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Finding Thanks in a Thankless Year

By Huckleberry Press / October 23, 2020 /

2020 started as most years do. The Better Half and I started planning out our next great adventures. Every year we plan out what exciting trips we would like to do.

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Bubble bubble…

By Huckleberry Press / October 16, 2020 /

Bubbles used to make me think of soap bubbles blown by children at play. This spring I gained a new definition of a social bubble.

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Dog Training Ain’t Easy

By Huckleberry Press / August 9, 2020 /

Roxy is getting used to living with us and is starting to show her true personality. She barks when she wants her breakfast, lunch and dinner. Her barks start half an hour before meal times and continue until she chows down.

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Opening Up the Columbia

By Huckleberry Press / August 8, 2020 /

The first strike of gold in the West Kootenay was by Winslow and Osner Hall’s party of 15 in the summer of 1866.

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