30 03, 2020

MarketWATCH Muskoka: 30 March 2020

By |2020-03-30T03:18:11+00:00March 30th, 2020|Market Watch|0 Comments

Photocredit: @alexander_briere COVID 19 is having an effect on how we operate in a number of ways. Today grocery outlets in Muskoka instituted a much more regimented and controlled way of negotiating the store. Probably the same where you live too. There are barriers between customers and check out staff to prevent droplets from migrating. [...]

29 02, 2020

MarketWATCH Muskoka: 29 February 2020

By |2020-02-29T01:55:53+00:00February 29th, 2020|Market Watch|0 Comments

MarketWATCHMuskoka: 29 February 2020 March is coming in and we've had a good taste of winter. Muskoka's Festivals of Winter have pretty much run their course. Not like the GTA or Golden Horseshoe, we really have snow here. Someone came up the other day to look at property in sneakers. It doesn't work so well [...]

18 12, 2019

MarketWATCH Muskoka: 18 December 2019

By |2019-12-20T22:36:19+00:00December 18th, 2019|Market Watch|0 Comments

Seasons come and seasons go. For some the arrival of snow and ice is a blessing. Snow machines, skiing and skating are favourite winter pastimes. The excitement of new snow for kids 'from one to ninety-two' heralds a season of another sort. December celebrations of Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Christmas make this time of year lively [...]

21 11, 2019

MarketWATCH Muskoka: November edition

By |2019-11-20T23:10:28+00:00November 21st, 2019|Market Watch|0 Comments

Photo Credit: Timothy Joseph Elzinga of North Bay MarketWATCH Muskoka: November 2019 Ice making. Unusual for this time of year, however Mother Nature has thrown us a curve. All across cottage country we see vestiges of winter. Normally we think of vestiges as 'leavings' but in this case these leavings are signs of things yet [...]

23 10, 2019

MarketWATCH Muskoka: 23 October 2019

By |2019-10-23T00:34:24+00:00October 23rd, 2019|Market Watch|0 Comments

This has been the year for celebrating a little red berry. From the perspective of harvest, there have been better years. Celebrating? Never better! Great weather and a wonderful turn out for Cranberry Festival in Bala. The village was hopping, fall colours were peaking, days were sunny and the bogs were glorious. This year's Cranfest [...]

9 10, 2019

MarketWATCH Muskoka: 9 October 2019

By |2019-10-09T02:46:25+00:00October 9th, 2019|Market Watch|0 Comments

Season of mellow fruitfulness. In these parts a few tomatoes still cling to the vine, pumpkins mound yellow in the garden and, as you saw last week, cranberries glow red in the bog. Fall colours are at their peak and fall fruits are lush and plump. Talking about plump, you should see turkeys in Muskoka! [...]

2 10, 2019

MarketWATCH Muskoka: 2 October 2019

By |2019-10-01T17:13:22+00:00October 2nd, 2019|Market Watch|0 Comments

Cranberries. Tis the season of colour. There's a lot going on in Muskoka right now. Artists have opened their doors for their Studio Tour (part deux), the forest is flashing red and gold and cranberries are punctuating it all with their tart brilliance. Tart? That depends. Cranberry butter tarts are tarts but not tart. Cranberry [...]

25 09, 2019

MarketWATCH Muskoka: 25 September 2019

By |2019-09-24T15:14:42+00:00September 25th, 2019|Market Watch|0 Comments

The North woods. The North woods have attracted artists with their magnificent solitude for more than a century. Tom Thompson is celebrated in Huntsville. The Group of Seven changed Canadian art in the 1920's and their influence is still felt today. Cottage Country, and Muskoka in particular, is a haven for those driven by artistic [...]

18 09, 2019

MarketWATCH Muskoka: 18 September 2019

By |2019-09-18T14:01:48+00:00September 18th, 2019|Market Watch|0 Comments

Summer is back! This week is a classic September weather pattern for these parts. Earlier in the week we were showing property on some smaller lakes. Bright, cloudless day and absolutely calm. The only things moving were frogs, butterflies, fish jumping, deer and birds (including a large flock of turkeys). We were the loudest noise [...]