We moved to Grey County 17 years ago. Our four children were young, & we wanted to find a home where they could play safely, climb trees, run through the fields & feel GOOD about home. Grey County fit like a glove, on all levels.
Grey County is home, it is steeped in traditions, it is where our families live, it is a place with our favourite hangouts and it is an area we’ve always seen as being full of potential for growth.
By pulling imagery from this ever evolving and seemingly infinite realm of the wilderness, I have become more intimately aware of this little piece of Grey County.
Six years into our life in Grey County we can honestly say we are so grateful to have settled in an area where we can live, farm, play and raise our family all in one place.
Photo Credit: Clay Dolan, Escarpment Magazine
We are a duo who is constantly being inspired by our surroundings, as well as the local purveyors within Grey County.
I feel pretty fortunate to travel as much as I do for work. But when the expanse of the Beaver Valley opens up to me and I can see all the way to Georgian Bay, I’m always thankful to call this place home.
I try to make a difference in my community by becoming involved.
Grandma Lambe’s is much more than your average family-run local fruit stand.
Living in Grey County allows me the perfect work and play mix.
Our goal in this chapter of our lives was to create a life we don’t need a vacation from.
While in England, I got hired as a trainee brewer. When I came back to Canada, I came up with the idea of starting a craft brewery - but that was an idea ahead of its time.