How much Canuck wood would the Woodchuck Canuck chuck if the Woodchuck Canuck could chuck Canuck wood? He would chuck and could chuck as much Canuck wood as the Woodchuck Canuck could chuck if the Woodchuck Canuck would chuck Canuck wood!
Thanks for visiting our site and taking an interest in what we have to offer.
We are Jim and Gina Barry. We live in a beautiful part of rural eastern Nova Scotia. We moved here in 2005 from Newfoundland where Jim is originally from. In the beginning of our years together we owned and operated a bakery. That shouldn’t come as a surprise to you if you have been reading for a while.
On our blog you will find a wide variety of topics, but Jim is the woodchuck of this duo. He can often be found in the workshop fixing, sharpening, cutting, building something or working at our sawmill.
Now in the beginning, the sawmill was his thing. I really had no interest and thought it was something he would putter at in his spare time. One day I thought I would give him a hand and the rest is history. It is really fun, Who knew!!
We also offer services locally including wood splitting.
And offer firewood for sale (green, seasoned and kiln dried).
And of course milling logs to lumber. Ideal for building rustic farm tables, fireplace mantles or whatever else your imagination comes up with.
Our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 41
St. Andrew’s, Nova Scotia B0H-1X0
If you are sending sawmill blades to us for sharpening, the address for courier is:
117 Hwy 316
Loch Katrine, Nova Scotia B0H-1M0
Local pick up is welcomed and it will save you on shipping and packaging.
If you want something shipped, send an email or call with what you are interested in and the mailing address. We will send back information as to price and cost to ship. We charge actual shipping plus a small bit for the packaging and handling.
Have a custom request for anything? Let us know! For the maps we make, we can cut out any province, state, country, lake, cottage area, seaside coastal region, or anything else you might like done. Project can be as small as being held in your hand or mounted in an entry way.