• 5 Budget Weekender Bags

    Oct 09, 2018

    If you're looking forward to a weekend getaway, but not looking forward to dragging a large suitcase around, you need a weekender bag. You don't need to break the bank to get one. Timbercreek Communities wants you to check out these 5 budget weekender bags before you check in.

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    Plambag Unisex's Canvas Duffle Bag

    Plambag Unisex's Canvas Duffle Bag is a stylish and functional bag made with durable, high density cotton canvas and classic brass hardware. There are 2 side zipper pockets, a front magnetic snap pocket, a back wall zipper compartment, and a main compartment. It will carry everything you need for a weekend of fun and adventure, and look great on you.

    S-ZONE Oversized Canvas Leather Trim Duffle

    The S-ZONE Oversized Canvas Leather Trim Duffle is a classic weekend duffle bag for men or women. It’s made of durable and lightweight soft canvas, with genuine leather trim. It's available in blue, gray, dark gray, Army green, khaki and coffee.

    Gusti Leder Nature

    The Gusti Leder Nature, from Gusti Leather, is simply a beautiful bag. It has a simple and classic design with one main internal compartment and one external pocket. It’s made of Fair Trade goatskin that's naturally tanned with vegetable oil. You’ll want to use this elegant yet practical bag every day. It’s too beautiful to save for weekends.

    Kenox Oversized Canvas Travel Duffle

    The Kenox Oversized Canvas Travel Duffle is perfect for when you want to get away for the weekend, but have trouble travelling lightly. This lightweight and durable duffle features expandable side pockets and plenty of smaller pockets tucked away inside. There’s room for your iPad, clothes, travel documents and whatever you want to bring back home from your weekend adventure. It’s available in a variety of beautiful colours to suit any weekend adventurer.

    The Twill Weekender

    The Twill Weekender, from Everlane, oozes understated elegance. It’s made of water-resistant cotton twill with leather trim. There’s one exterior slip pocket and one interior zip pocket. It’s available in several understated colour combinations including black, gray and golden brown. It fits into any overhead compartment, perfect for weekend travels.

    With these hot weekender bags in tow, it’s going to be a beautiful and stylish trip!

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  • Stress Free Camping Trip - What To Pack

    Aug 14, 2018

    Ah, summer! Time to throw the tent in the car, pack up a cooler, and hit the trail. Summer is the perfect time for camping, and with the season in full swing, it’s time to make your list. But from bedrolls to mosquito spray, what to take often spins out of control, or gets missed completely. To help you pack for a stress free camping trip, Timbercreek brings you this list of essentials to help make your summer trip easy breezy.

    Camping Packing

    Water

    Most important for any wilderness trip of any kind is your water source. Get a good ceramic filter, or purification tablets, and pre-fill a quality plastic or metal water bottle for each member of the trip. Learn more.

    Tent

    A good tent can make the difference between a sad and soggy trip, or a fabulous, dry, idyllic experience. Tent rentals are available, but whether you buy, rent, or borrow, don’t skimp on this essential. Check out more.

    Sleeping Bags and Pads

    A close second to tents in importance is sleeping bags. Pick something that works for 3 seasons -- that’ll allow for autumn type night temperatures that can readily occur in the bush, even in summer. Similarly, a sleeping pad can mean the difference between having a root in your back all night, and a sweet, dreamy night’s sleep. Read more.

    Knife, utensils, dishware

    From food to rope, to digging to firewood, a good knife makes a big difference on a camping trip. Also make sure you have a cooking stove and fuel, a plastic “spork” (spoon + fork) and a plate for eating, as well as a mug for coffee, tea, and water. Learn more.

    Camp Food

    Camp food has to be thought of in terms of weight, cooking time, and difficulty of cooking. Another major factor to consider is each item’s ability to last without refrigeration. Cheeses, pita bread, oats/grains, refried beans and canned goods, crackers and nuts are all good options. Learn more.

    Weather-appropriate Clothing

    For men and women alike, clothes for camping share similar requirements. Pack and think in layers. Don’t bring too much cotton as cotton soaks up sweat, gets wet, and takes a long time to dry. Aim for one pair of multipurpose pants, a few poly blend t-shirts, a long sleeve, a light sweater, a water-resistant jacket, a bathing suit, 2-3 undies, at least one pair of good socks, sturdy shoes, and potentially a toque. Check it out.

    Hygiene and Medical Essentials

    Take travel size hygiene essentials, and don’t go anywhere without a first aid kit. They’re not super expensive and can be very helpful. Always be aware of bears and other animals if camping in their habitat. Learn more.

    Timbercreek hopes this list helps you pack perfectly for a stress free summer camping trip! For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.

  • Summer Bucket List for Couples

    Aug 08, 2018

    Summer Bucket List for Couple Outings

    Summer is the perfect season for romance. With the sun and heat in full force, it’s the perfect time to make the most of the season with your loved one. It’s also ideal for ticking off a few of your shared bucket list items. From road trips to drive-ins, there’s something for everyone. To inspire you to enjoy summer to the fullest, Timbercreek brings you this list of fun summer outing ideas for couples.

    All Day City Roam

    Pick a Saturday or Sunday and grab your better half for a whimsical walk around your city (or another one for that matter). Fly by the seat of your pants, or make a loose plan based on meals and drinks at various stops along the way.

    Couples Mani Pedi

    Don’t laugh, guys. This is an absolute underdog when it comes to awesome activities. Sit in a massage chair with your sweetheart, sip a glass of wine, and get pampered for under 40 bucks. Learn more.

    Spontaneous Road Trip

    Hop in the car, or get on the train and go somewhere. Be spontaneous. Pick a place on the map close-ish to you, or just drive and see where the wind takes you.

    Go to the Drive In

    While drive-ins are becoming more scarce, they do still exist. And they rock. Go old school, get a milkshake, take your own popcorn and an adult beverage, then kick back, and enjoy. Learn more.

    Go Camping

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    There’s a camping style for everyone -- from hippie to princess. Rent an RV, hop in the car, or go primal with a canoe and a survival knife. Either way, you get to experience the glory of nature with the one you love. Learn more.

    Winery/Brewery Tour

    A tour of local (or non local) wineries and breweries can make for a fantastic day or weekend getaway. In Ontario’s Niagara region, there’s a wealth of options that can keep a couple busy for weekends on end. Learn more.

    Learn to Dance

    Often times the Tango is the single dance blogs and magazines alike regard as most romantic for couples. But everything from foxtrot to breakdancing can be super fun as a couple’s activity. Learn more.

    Couples Outdoor Yoga

    Yoga is an undeniably restorative, empowering, and invigorating art. It’s also one that’s fun to do together, especially outside. Learn more.

    Timbercreek hopes this list of couple's activities gives you some ideas for your bucket list. For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.

  • Family-Friendly Long Weekend Fun

    Aug 01, 2018

    Civic holiday, commonly known as the August long weekend, is approaching fast. And that means it’s time to start exploring family friendly ideas for weekend fun. As the biggest peak summer weekend in Canada, there’s lots to do but also lots of people doing it! With a little research and planning, it’s easy to find ideas for the long weekend that will please the whole family. To help you get a jump on August long weekend planning, Timbercreek brings you this list of great options for family friendly fun.

    Civic Holiday Fun

    Baseball Game

    If you live in Toronto, there’s no better way to capitalize on summer than by checking out a Jays game. Always putting on an entertaining show, check out more.

    Go to the Beach

    From coast to coast, even in the heart of the prairies, we’re lucky to have at least a semblance of beach lifestyle. Even on a lake, sandy and even stoney beaches can bring you out of city doldrums and into the magic of summer holidays. Find out more.

    Check out a Food Festival

    With the rise of food trucks and travelling food festivals, summer has another great option for weekend fun. From ribfests to farmer’s markets and ice cream carnivals, a food festival can be a fun outdoor event suitable for the whole family. Learn more.

    Go Camping

    There may be no more iconic an activity in Canada than camping -- especially on the August long weekend. Toss your tent in the car, throw some food in a cooler, and hit the road. Keep in mind that likely half of our 36.2 million population are also out camping, so best to book a site beforehand! Learn more.

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    The Zoo

    What’s better for family fun than the zoo or an aquarium? Perfect for a whole day of exploration (and even education), zoos and aquariums are super entertaining, and not just for kids. Add some food, drinks, and live music (i.e. Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto) and you’ve got a great long weekend activity. Learn more.

    Staycation

    Go against the crowd with this one and hunker down for a quiet (or rowdy!) staycation. A great way to beat the crowds and the heat is to plan out some chill time at home. Line up a monster movie playlist, get some grillables, set up the croquet, and go to town. Learn more.

    Timbercreek hopes this list give you some ideas for family friendly fun this August long weekend. For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.

  • 10 Pet-Friendly Canadian Resorts and Lodges For Summer Vacationing

    Jul 18, 2018

    Pet Friendly Vacation Spots

    From ocean views, to gorgeous lakefront and more, there’s no shortage of pet friendly Canadian resorts for summer vacationing this year. To give you some ideas, here are a list of fantastic spots to get your summer on.

    The Briars

    Set on idyllic Lake Simcoe, just outside Toronto, The Briars is a resort, spa, and conference center with spectacular rooms, lodges, and cottages that are all pet friendly. Learn more.

    The Fox Hotel Banff

    Located in the heart of Banff, The Fox Hotel & Suites is a pet friendly hotel offering spacious rooms and suites with numerous amenities, as well as continental breakfast, wifi, a hot pool, and fitness room. Learn more.

    Wolseley Lodge

    The rustic Wolseley Lodge at the French River is just three hours north of Toronto. It offers sixteen cabins, ranging in size from one to four bedrooms, all but two of which are pet friendly. Read more.

    Summerland Waterfront Resort

    Summerland Waterfront Resort & Spa is set on a secluded stretch of Lake Okanagan, between Penticton and Kelowna. The lakefront resort hotel features 115 pet-friendly condo-style suites with full kitchen, fireplace, and balcony. Learn more.

    Brennan Harbour Resort

    A fishing resort near Killarney Ontario, Brennan Harbour Resort offers a variety of well-appointed pet-friendly cabins and lodges, with a gorgeous view of Georgian bay. Read more.

    Elk Lake Wilderness Resort

    Elk Lake Wilderness Resort, in picturesque Northern Ontario, offers ten comfortable, well equipped waterfront cottages. Relax in their wood-fired sauna, or listen to the loons while watching the sunset. Check it out.

    Whitefish Bay Camp

    Located on Lake of the Woods, Whitefish Bay Camp is nestled on a private island in the middle of crystal-clear Whitefish Bay. The resort offers unparalleled fishing experiences, breathtaking scenery, and total relaxation. Learn more.

    Killarney Lodge in Algonquin

    On the peninsula surrounded by Lake of Two Rivers in the heart of Algonquin Park, Killarney Lodge offers comfortable, private waterside log and pine cabins decorated in a charming Canadian country style. Learn more.

    April Point Resort and Spa

    April Point Resort & Spa is located in a pocket of pristine British Columbia. This vacation resort with whale watching, spa, grizzly bear tour, and fishing, is set against the backdrop of the majestic Coastal Mountains. Learn more.

    Westwind Inn on the Lake

    Westwind Inn is an all inclusive vacation resort nestled in the Kawartha Lakes District near Peterborough, Ontario featuring tastefully decorated rooms, casual country dining, manicured lawns, and picturesque lakefront. Learn more.

    Timbercreek hopes this list helps you pick the perfect pet-friendly resort for summer vacationing this season. For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.

  • 10 Worthy Staycations

    Feb 20, 2018

    Winter is undoubtedly cold and dark, but it can also be beautiful and fun. If you’re taking some time off this season, but can’t afford to travel, it’s time to embrace the staycation. To help you spice up the winter this year, Timbercreek brings you this list of ways to enjoy the season without leaving your postal code.

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    Unplug

    To have a really enjoyable and uninterrupted staycation, you need to unplug. Start with your phone, then move on to your laptop and tablet. If you want to do a full digital detox, disconnect from the internet too -- even Netflix. Turn off your phone ringer, set an auto email response, avoid the news, put away your devices, and let go -- you’ll be so glad you did. It’ll all be there when you get back to the grind.

    Movie Marathon

    Star Wars, James Bond, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter! Plan your own movie marathon at home. Get cozy on the couch with a pile of chips, dips, and drinks.

    Eat Out Or In

    A staycation is a great opportunity to eat out and try new restaurants near you. You can make a reservation, get dressed up and paint the town red. Or if you’re feeling cozy, call in for some take out, get delivery from your favourite places, or hit up services like UberEats to discover the best your area has to deliver. Treat yourself this staycation!

    Be a Bookworm

    Pick up a new novel and skip the heavy stuff. No economics or science please. Then kick back, clear your schedule, and dive headlong into storyland. The Huffington Post rounded up their favourite fiction titles of 2017 -- check it out here.

    Get the House Cleaned

    By this we mean for you; not by you. Getting your house cleaned is one of our top 5 best things to do for yourself. Pay a cleaning service to tackle every neglected nook and cranny of your kitchen, closet, and bathroom. It’ll feel like a new home.

    Rearrange

    There may be no better and cheaper way to transform your home, and break from your routine, than rearranging your furniture. It will breath new life into your space and maybe even help you relax.

    Hometown Tourist

    Pick a spot on the map -- a new neighbourhood, a restaurant, bar, or coffee shop you’ve never been to. It doesn’t have to be far, just new. Turn your city into a tourist destination without leaving its borders. You might fall in love with it again!

    Brew

    Brewing your own beer or wine can be really fun. It’s a great activity when you have some spare time at home. There are a few gear essentials to acquire, but with a bit of research, brewing is a great staycation activity.

    Play

    When’s the last time you picked up that guitar or struck a chord on the piano? Pick one new-to-you song, look it up online, and make a one-week goal to play it.

    Cook

    When you don’t have a million things to do, you can challenge yourself to try new things. Skip your standard meals and pick a few semi-difficult recipes to master. Hearty dishes like Boeuf Bourguignon, braised short ribs, or homemade pasta are all comforting winter meals with flare. Find a recipe or a recipe video, pick up or have your ingredients delivered, and get started.

    Timbercreek hopes these tips help you plan the best staycation ever. For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.

  • Fun Family Day Ideas

    Feb 13, 2018

    Family Day, a day for the little things, like hanging out with parents and grandparents, playing with your kids, seeing cousins, and otherwise making time for those most important people in your life. It’s also a small miracle during February, the “cruelest” month of the year, when Easter break is still months away. With this in mind, Timbercreek brings you a list of ideas for things to do on Family Day weekend this year.

    Snowsports

    Whether it’s skiing or snowboarding, snowshoeing or tobogganing, skating or snowmobiling, there’s a winter activity out there to suit every locale and taste.  And yes, snowman making and snowball fights count too.

    A Walk in the Park

    Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can’t get outside. Every city in Canada has a quality park (or collection of them) worth strolling through on family day. Lace up your boots, throw on a parka, and get outside.

    See a Movie

    Perhaps #1 in the collective mind for a family day event, going to the movies is the perfect holiday hang. Get a jump on this popular activity by buying tickets online. Click here to find out what’s premiering in February.

    Art for Art’s Sake

    Whether you hate art or love it, galleries are guaranteed at the very least to be cool buildings to explore. They generally boast interesting architecture, history, art, fun and often free activities for kids, and a restaurant or cafe where you can grab breakfast, lunch or dinner.

    Concert

    While tricky to find genres and bands that satisfy the entire family’s musical tastes, a concert is a great way to enjoy some culture with the family. The symphony, an opera, or a ballet performance are also good options.

    See a Play

    From indie theatre to Fringe festivals, musicals to mainstage productions, a theatrical performance can be a fun way to spend an afternoon on family day.

    Movie Marathon

    Whether you’re a Trekkie, prefer The Wars, love the Matrix, or Finding Nemo, a movie trilogy is a killer way to entertain the entire family in one room.

    Family Cook-a-thon

    From smoking to grilling, braising to brining, there’s nothing more satisfying, time consuming, or fun for the whole family than cooking. Don’t just pick something easy -- explore slow cooking, making something from scratch, baking, or a new-to-you cuisine.

    Do Absolutely Nothing

    Family Day is a great opportunity to rest, enjoy the little things, and spend some time together. You don’t have to do anything special to make the most of the long weekend. Sometimes a quiet chill-out day is all it takes.

    Timbercreek hopes that this article gives you some ideas for how to spend your Family Day this year. For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.

  • Hitting The Slopes In Canada

    Jan 16, 2018

    Are you ready for ski and snowboard season? From east to west, Timbercreek brings you this list of the best places to hit the slopes this winter in Canada.

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    Alberta

    One of the premiere provinces for snow sports, Alberta has an abundance of snow, and mountains which means it offers a near equal abundance of ski and snowboard locations. From Calgary’s Olympic Park to Banff’s famous trio of Sunshine, Lake Louise, and Norquay, Jasper’s Marmot Basin, Castle Mountain and Pass Powderkeg, Nighthawk, Canyon, and Misery Mountain Ski Areas, it’s got to be one of the most skiable provinces in the country! Check out more here.

    Manitoba

    While not the first place you’d think of for ski and snowboard destinations, Manitoba rocks when it comes to snowsports. Holiday Mountain in La Riviere features a freestyle terrain snowboard park and 11 downhill runs. Stony Mountain Ski Area near Winnipeg is the city’s prime snow spot, priding itself on being the first to open and the last to close each winter. Springhill Winter Sports Park maintains 10 runs for boarders and skiers with night skiing for insomniacs, and snowboard and freestyle ski contests throughout the season. Asessippi Ski Area is the province’s largest, with 25 runs, two freestyle terrain parks, three aerial lifts and a bustling winter village. Ski Valley, Falcon Ridge, Ski Hill, and Mystery Mountain are other great options for the Manitoba ski lover.

    Ontario

    While Blue Mountain tends to rule the minds of most Ontario skiers and snowboarders, there are in fact numerous options in central Canada. Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Glen Eden, and Uplands Ski Centre tend to be the Toronto/Southern Ontario locations of choice for proximity, with Horseshoe and Hidden Valley, as well as Hockley Valley, Devil’s Elbow near Peterborough, Batawa near Belleville, and a laundry list of other fantastic spots like Laurentian, Caledon, Mt. Antoine, Sir Sam’s and Searchmont. For a mostly flat province, Ontario has some great ski hills.

    Quebec

    An Alberta-worthy snow competitor, Quebec has a lot to be proud of when it comes to ski and snowboard hotspots. Mont Tremblant is a world destination located north of Montreal, with Mont Sainte Anne and Le Massif close to Quebec City offering some of the best skiing (and the highest vertical drop) in Eastern Canada. Mont Saint-Sauveur is known for its world class night skiing, with Mont Sutton and Bromont high on that list as well.  Quebec is also filled with Nordic trails through The Gatineau Hills near Ottawa.

    Timbercreek hopes you find the ski and snowboard hills of your dreams this winter. For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.

  • Outdoor Adventure List

    Sep 19, 2017

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    Whether it’s camping, watersports, hiking, or an intercontinental trip, outdoor adventure is good for body and soul. Adventure is about taking risks, trying new things, and diving in with both feet. Whether it’s across the globe or in your own backyard, adventure awaits. To help you discover your inner explorer, Timbercreek brings you our outdoor adventure list.

    Camping

    Camping is key. From hikes to multi-day backcountry canoe trips, camping brings you back to nature, even if it’s in a car or an RV. Fresh air, sun and wind, water and woods. They cleanse the soul and ground the spirit. And it’s the kind of thing you don’t have to venture too far for. Even city folk can drive an hour or two, set up a tent, and bask in the rejuvenating energy of nature.

    Rock Climbing

    While this point involves considerable skill and also risk of death, it’s a great way to get outside and get your adrenaline pumping. Rock climbing is a sport that involves strength, technique, planning, and courage. It makes you face your fears, try new things, test your skills, and take chances. Best of all, it’s increasingly becoming available in unexpected like indoor climbing gyms.

    Watersports

    Adventure doesn’t have to imply distance. It’s as much a mental state as a physical activity. Doing something you don’t often do, or that can be done close by or in another medium (i.e. water), can instill a sense of exploration even in the middle of the city. Windsurfing, canoeing, swimming, kitesurfing, dragon boating, or paddle boarding: they all remove you from your normal environment and call on different skill sets. They also demand an immediate connection with nature - in these cases - with wind, water, sun, and sky.

    Road Trip

    From RVing to car camping and cross country marathons, road trips are what adventure is made of. Route 66, the Trans Canada, the Dempster highway -- roads are a symbol of freedom, the unknown, exploration, and travel. And cycling definitely counts as well. Multi-day cycling adventures can be just as exciting and promote a more direct and hands-on experience of a particular area.

    Pilgrimage

    A more extensive outdoor adventure, a pilgrimage in the style of Mecca, the Camino de Santiago, or visiting Stonehenge, is an adventure with purpose. With spiritual meaning and physical, outdoor components, an adventure of this sort combines the visceral aspect of moving through a new environment, with the mental component of experiencing new and unseen vistas.

    Timbercreek hopes this article gives you a few ideas for your own outdoor adventure this year. For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.

  • Best Kid-Friendly Fall Activities

    Sep 18, 2017

    To help keep your little ones smiling this fall, Timbercreek brings you this list of kid-friendly fall activities the whole family will love.

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    Nature Walk

    It’s almost always a good time to go for a walk. Even if you’re subdivision bound, there are always parks close by, or conservation areas a little further away, that can make for a great fall outing. Pack a snack or a full-on lunch, make sure to bring water, and outfit your little ones with some sturdy shoes. Also bring bags for the kids to collect nature items - twigs, rocks, leaves, bark - it can all be fun for nature collections or crafting once you get home. As fall temperatures start to drop, be sure to consider appropriate clothing and layers to make your outing disaster proof.

    Picnic

    Picnics aren’t just for summer. A fantastic fall activity, picnics are great so long as you wear and bring the right stuff along. With unpredictable temperatures, pack some hats and coats. Don’t forget to bring all the usual picnic supplies like frisbees, baseballs, blankets, PB & J sammies, drink boxes, and kites. 

    Pumpkin Carving

    While generally reserved for Halloween, pumpkins are a symbol of autumn. Harvested from September through October, they offer families a great range of activities. Going to a local pumpkin “patch” to pick a few for the house is a great afternoon outing, while carving competitions, roasting pumpkin seeds, and playing with pumpkin “slime” are all great ways to enjoy them.

    Leaf Forts

    Jumping in a pile of leaves is a classic fall activity that never gets old. For kids it’s like an invitation to play and explore. Burying, burrowing, making forts, tossing them all over each other in leaf wars: they all make for great outdoor play that can occupy kids for hours. On a safety note, while obvious, check your leaf piles (before your kid jumps in them) for branches, rocks, garbage, and other debris that can be hiding inside after raking and yard cleaning.

    Baking

    A great fall activity for kids is baking. A couple seasonal snack options are apple chips and roasted pumpkin seeds. Slice some apples in thin, full width pieces and place evenly on a baking tray. Sprinkle them with cinnamon, brown sugar, a bit of butter, and even some coarse sea salt, and bake at 340F until slightly dehydrated and/or golden brown. Let dry and refrigerate for a great snack. Almost the same process can be applied to pumpkin seeds. Clean and rinse a big handful of seeds and lay them out evenly on a baking sheet. Add coarse salt and, if desired, a dash of olive oil, and bake until firm and slightly brown.

    Make Butter

    It’s surprisingly easy to make butter and it’s also a great activity to do with kids. All it requires is heavy whipping cream and a whisk. But by using a Mason jar, two small marbles, and a bit of music, you can dance your way to whipping that cream into butter. Shake a jar (or whisk) until the cream thickens. As the fat molecules bind together, a ball of butter will form, separating from the remaining buttermilk. Once a ball has formed, drain off the buttermilk, add some salt, and voila!  Homemade butter.

    Timbercreek hopes this article gives you a few ideas for how to entertain your kids this fall. For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.

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