It is incredible to help others discover our area.
I am fortunate to live just 20 minutes from just about everything you could ever want in Grey Bruce, and a reasonable (45 min.) commute to Bruce Power
, the largest Nuclear Power Station in the World and one of the areas best employers.
I proudly service the following communities and their surrounding areas:
- "Tarry awhile in Tara", or so the saying goes. I love my hometown. It may be small but it sure is friendly. Tara has
- The scenic city that offers amenities and a place for everyone. "Where you want to live", and enjoy p
arks, beaches, shopping, and fishing.
- Together with Port Elgin, this beautiful lakeside community make up Saugeen Shores
. The quaint downtown Is an excellent place to shop or enjoy a wonderful meal at one of the many incredible eateries, It is hard to pick a favourite.
- Home of Pumpkinfest and much more, the town of Port Elgin continues to grow and thrive. Many new relocating employees to Bruce Power choose to live here and the list of amenities, clubs and events are endless. There is truly something for everyone.
- Home to the second largest freshwater beach in the world this popular vacation destination never ceases to amaze.
- The clear waters of Georgian Bay and the stunning rock cliffs are truly something of wonder. Also the home of "Wiarton Willie" the most famous groundhog in Canada, you can enjoy the festivities
each February when this albino fellow predicts the coming of spring.
- The dock at Big Bay is along the rock shore of Georgian Bay where you can see the private "Griffith Island Club" in the horizon. There are many cottages along Grey Road 1, and the view is spectacular whether travelling on land or on water. The Big Bay General Store
make their own ice cream and this is an absolute must stop if you are in the area.
- It was an honour to graduate from Chesley District High School (CDHS) along with many wonderful and talented students. The town sign calls it the nicest town around and this farming community is just that.
- The Saugeen & Teeswater Rivers converge at the heart of Paisley. This small town is home to thriving community clubs, and is fully of artistic wonder.