Monthly Archives: August 2011

Resources for Increasing Bicycling

An interesting site to find resources concerning increasing cycle traffic. To quote: “……more and more the tourism sector has recognized the remarkable potential of cycling. Several factors are responsible for the growth of cycle tourism around the world: Cycling tourists … Continue reading

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The Featured Roast of the Week: Cuban Serrano Supérieur

Another one of those to “come back for” coffees. The Cuban Serrano Supérieur is this weeks featured roast.

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Yesterday: Savour The Pontiac……Thank You!

Had a great day at the “Savour the Pontiac” business fair in Quyon yesterday. Met a load of people, and had the opportunity to introduce a good deal to Art Brûlant. I would like to express my thanks to the … Continue reading

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Savour the Pontiac

For those of you who are unaware of this event happening tomorrow in Quyon. Take a look! Maybe we will see you there! I and Art Brûlant will be there with coffee and beans!

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In the Dew & the Morning Sun

Jewel Weed & Boneset, Meadow Sweet & Asters Golden Rod & Turtlehead, Joe Pie Weed & Queen Anne’s Lace Treasures in the dew & the morning sun by RSR

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Cycle Tourists Spend More Money!

In a New Zealand study of cycle tourists one of the key findings was that foreign visitors who came for cycle tourism spent $1233.00 more on average per trip than other visitors. The other key points in the study are … Continue reading

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Next Time I Spill Coffee —Coffee Baths Fight Cancer

Coffee Baths Fight Cancer.

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