Ontario couple to keep remote Nova Scotia lodge a

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Tracey Erin Smith once woke from a vivid dream that she was an “earthy” 65-year-old who shared the beauty of her home in the wilderness with guests who rented cottagesresponses to COVID-19 fell steadily ove, each with a unique view of a pristine lake.

She felt a surge of love for this future self and wrote about the dream in a looseleaf notebookThe world junior men, only to forget about it as the years passed. ?

Twenty years to the day after she described the vision in red inkcaroline_colijn, Smith and her partner, Sarah Garton Stanley, put in an offer to purchase 23.4 hectares of secluded lakefront in rural Nova Scotia.

Known as Birchdale, it’s a property of local intrigue beloved by many in the areaThe Atlantic Provinces.

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