Nope, this isn't another post about seeing deer in the water when we're out in our boats. Instead, here's today's question for those unlucky enough to be at a computer instead of on the water: Have you ever wondered what to do with your old, old canoe?
I'm talking a canoe that is unrepairable after years of service during which it has been patched and re-patched until it's plaid instead of red or blue. There's a whole park system in Toronto where worn-out canoes are used for planters to make people smile. With that garden use in mind, here's a canoe photo and note quoted from the Facebook page for CBC Radio One's show North by Northwest:
to Doreen Ball from Pender Island for sending this! She had been
trying to grow a bulb garden in this old canoe, but it became a deer bed