I am devastated. This is the end.
As you know, I deserved to win at the Gay Bloggies.
The Best Canadian Blog award is mine. I was at the Rockies, Tim Hortons, the Niagara Falls. I’ve been to Dildo, Newfoundland. I even visited a Sugarshack. How much more Canadian can you be?
Why can the whole interweb vote, when it was already clear that produzentin.com is the winner? I hate democracy. I’m fuming!
Congratulations to the winner, bravehound.com, whose most recent post is about a VERY interesting Nokia headset. He is Borg. Don’t judge.
Thanks to all who voted for me.
This is the end. Basta
I wanted to show you the Sugarshack dress in all its glory.
The first bunch of pictures didn’t really do it justice.
The paparazzi got me cornered!
Anthony and the leaves on Bernhard
No, I did not have maple whiskey shots.
Thanks to all you fine folks who came out to party at the Sugarshack.
I think it was a maple sweet night at the Power Plant.
Big kisses for Paul, who built the #1 Ontario shack.
The shack was fuming right from the beginning.
Oliver boiled the sap down to syrup.
Sapping things up with house music! Hello!
Bojana, during her captivating and emotional performance
Oliver, working at the shack
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Tomorrow, Thursday, come to the shack and get your maple fix.
Poster by Oliver
I am very excited about our upcoming event.
It’s Sugarshack time at The Power Plant.
So, mark your calendars and get ready for maple sweetness. Please.
Anthony designed another dress for me and he is sewing away night and day at our little sweat shop. I can’t wait to wear the dress at Sugarshack. Anthony is doing such wonderful things…
Anyway, here are the details:
Thursday, November 2nd, 8pm – 11pm
The Power Plant
231 Queens Quay West
djs produzentin and Will Munro
Sugarshack by Oliver Husain
Performance by Bojana
In New England, Quebec and extreme eastern Ontario, the processing of maple syrup has become part of the culture, and city folk often go to the sugarshacks (cabane à sucre) in late autumn, where rustic drinks are served with maple syrup-based products, house and disco music. For this occasion, lifesize models of these sugarshacks are set up. Thick maple syrup flavoured liquor is served with live serbian singing, drag queens and special effects.
Owing to the sugar maple tree’s predominance in south-eastern Canada, its leaf has come to symbolize the country, and is depicted on its flag.
Follow me to the sugarshack