Katherine Tapley-Milton lives with her husband, Dave and six cats in Sackville, New Brunswick. She graduated from Mount Allison University with a B.A. in the areas of psychology, sociology and history. Katherine has a Master of Theological Studies degree from Tyndale Seminary in Willowdale, Ontario. She has been a freelance writer for the last 35 years and has been published in many periodicals. Katherine has just completed her fourteenth self-published book. Some of her book titles include, “Big Stuff in the Maritimes”; “Find That Seascape”; “The Disappearing Mailboxes of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia”; “Where is That Ship or Shoreline?” (lulu.com). Katherine's hobbies include cooking, organic gardening, writing, reading historical romances, and doing crafts. She volunteers weekly at the chapel in the penitentiary.
Katherine not only shares pictures of many scarecrows, but entices you with the interesting history of them as well. From the Egyptians to farmers, “The Wizard of Oz” to horror movies, scarecrows are a fascinating part of our past and present. Take a journey through time, learning about how scarecrows came to be, while enjoying pictures of now.
From the author of "Big Stuff in the Maritimes," "The Disappearing Mailboxes of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia," and "Mother Tapley's Cookbook: Tasty Down East Cooking," comes an all new cookbook. Try some of her family recipes while she spreads a little Christmas cheer. Inside you will find a few gluten-free, diabetic, a lacto-fermented recipes, and a few recipes of old.
Katherine E. Tapley-Milton tickles your taste buds with some of her mother’s favourite recipes. Mother Tapley was well-loved by her guests partially for her delicious meals and treats whenever she entertained. One of her best recipes was her lemon syrup made to perfection for lemonade. Each recipes was made from scratch and is Down East comfort food.