I got to see many people I had not seen in a long time and got an insight into how a post and beam barn was constructed, how to build an authentic Maliseet canoe, and check in with my Grade 11 math teacher to learn about the rich history of the area. Oh yeah, my uncle Dave makes his Trekkit TV debut!
This episode is in two parts, the first part is about Trekkit flying quad-copters to get aerial footage and the second part is on the Charlotte County Fall Fair (starts at 11 minutes, 30 seconds).
To view this episode online just click here to go to the Bell Aliant TV1 Video on Demand Website or if you are a Bell Aliant FibreOP TV customer you can watch on Channel 1 or 401 anytime, click here to see how.
There are two very awesome interviews that the editor cut from the show (boo), but I liked them so much I wanted to share them with you.
The first clip was my very first attempt at beet and carrot jam made by my classmate from SSHS from ages past, Andre Mosher. She does a great job making interesting and tasty jams, and even gets me to try pickles again (which I HATE). Check it out.
The second clip was me talking with Jeff McShane from Ganong Bros about my love for Chicken Bones and he gave me a new recipe for popcorn and Chicken Bones together which is fabulous. Please check it out below.
The Charlotte County Fall Fair
Ganong Bros and the 150-year history of Chicken Bones
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