Category Archives: Nature

Deer Photos

Frequent contributor to Bread ‘n Molasses magazine, Debby Frost sent in these beautiful photos of the deer she saw on her way to work this morning and the sky she saw in her rearview mirror on the drive home last night. If you see something you’d like to share please email photos to editor@breadnmolasses.com. Continue Reading

Jardine Cast & Blast – A Dream Come True

Jardine Cast & Blast A Dream Come True By Kellie Underhill   Heading south from Miramichi City to Fredericton on Route 8, just past the Blackville Village limits sign, you find the Barnettville Road—a dead-end side road, a few kilometres long. It’s the kind of place people sometimes say is, “so far back in the… Continue Reading

Three Poems by Kent Mill

Shadows                                                                         If you could see what I see you may be excited, you may shiver, you may be revolted. I see the shadows, they dance like skeletons across the freshly fallen snow. I see the wind whisper past my ears, flittering across the tree tops, laughing, crying, screaming, chasing the shadows. I see them both,… Continue Reading

Going Fishing

Going Fishing  By David J. Boyle July is traditionally the best month to go salmon fishing on the mighty Miramichi River. The big run has come in from the Atlantic and there are plenty of fish in the pools along the main river. After lunch I went down to the river and found a nice… Continue Reading

Fishing and an Experience of the Heart

Fishing and an Experience of the Heart                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 by Bonnie Jarvis-Lowe The rain stayed and stayed, it ran in little rivulets down the side of the windows, taking dust and debris as it went. When the showers stopped everything looked so fresh, smelled so wonderful, the greens so bright that it was difficult to stay angry… Continue Reading

My Father

My Father By Charlene Daley He stood almost six feet tall and weighed well over 200 pounds. He had a ruddy complexion and  kind eyes. I could confide in my father about anything. When I was little and there were forest fires he would kneel with me as I prayed asking our heavenly Father for… Continue Reading