Lady Georgiana accompanied her mother to Reno to finish the last steps of the divorce. She was determined to get married to her beau of the time. However, when she was invited to be the star of a movie, she forgot about everything else and wanted to be a movie star!
Unfortunately, the owner of movie company was found murdered, everything came to a halt. Lady Georgiana was able to pair up with the lead investigator, Darcy. Darcy was her boyfriend too!
Who was the murderer?
I really enjoyed reading about the behind the scenes of the movie industry in the 1930’s. This story also highlighted the sad economy of the Great Depression.
A little boy grew up in the circus and met the girl of his dreams through their love of the circus. But, he decided to give up his dream of the circus and work at a dog biscuit factory for his father-in-law. After seven years of toiling under the critical eye of his father-in-law, he was exhausted. However, he continued to find a way to make better tasting biscuits, since he was the only quality control person tasting them….
One day, a fire broke out at the circus and his only aunt and uncle had perished, leaving him a curious box of animal crackers. Then, suddenly he ate one and something magical happened….
The topic of death, betrayal and jealousy could be a bit dark for younger children. However, I really liked the aspect of chasing and working towards one’s dream.
What a wonderful wine tasting and food pairing opportunity! Thank you to Cork It Wine Making!
Who Is Cork It Wine Making?
Our funky little warehouse is the perfect setting for all your wine and cider making needs. With over 150 wine kits to choose from, there is something for everyone! All of our equipment is automated including an industrial bottle washer, bottle filling machine, and pneumatic corker. Come experience just how easy it is and join our community of wine lovers!— Cork It Wine Making
Check out the lovely pairings that we got to try!
Two of the wines were our favourite, the Bordeaux and the Sparkling Moscato. I learned that they were able to bag the custom wines and put into pretty wooden boxes for customers to bring home. How interesting!
This was the first time that I camped with a Taxa Tiger Moth mini RV from Northirn Overland. Our little RV also had a fold-up tent on the top, so the little ones could sleep upstairs, while the adults could stay inside the RV on the pull-out sofa bed.
There was a pull-out kitchen at the back of the RV. We were able to cook with a tank of propane. Super convenient!
Since the set-up wasn’t too heavy, our hybrid car had enough power to tow it to and from the camp grounds. Plus, we all kept dry during the down pour of rain for the last two nights.
“Fort Langley National Historic Site, commonly shortened to Fort Langley, is a former fur trading post of the Hudson’s Bay Company in the community of Fort Langley of Langley, British Columbia, Canada. The national historic site sits above the banks of the Bedford Channel across McMillan Island.”—-Wikipedia
We had a few hours to spend at this museum. There were mostly rebuilt houses from the past and one original one on site. The displays showed us how the people and aboriginals lived inside this fort back in the frontier times. Fort Langley was named after Thomas Langley, a Hudson’s Bay Company director in 1827.
The day that I was there, there were two interesting demonstrations. One was the blacksmith shop and the other was gold panning. I visited the gold panning demonstration first and found some “gold nuggets”! These were gold plated pieces that the museum left for visitors to pan and take home!
Next, I watched the blacksmith turn a piece of iron rod into a candle holder. This blacksmith then traded our “gold pieces” with iron hooks. I really enjoyed my visit to this educational museum.
If you ever visit British Columbia, Canada, you should check out this museum!