Rural communities feel more like home because of establishments such as The Hollow Log Café.
The Hollow Log Café has been located in Caledonia, rural Nova Scotia, since September 17, 2012. It is run by a forestry family in a forestry community. It is a popular stop for truckers, operators, and forest techs a like during a busy work week. They open their doors to the many tourists that come from all over during the summer season but during the off season they keep locals feeling warm and full with home cooked meals and all day breakfast.
Besides providing a space with a warm family feel they help their local community by providing a play area for children, support for Nova Scotian musicians providing live show opportunities, and they play a huge role in the “Log-A-Load for Kids” in Caledonia.
Calling all forestry workers/woodlot owners! From now until February 26th we will be holding a photo contest for a “Winter Working Forest.” Send us your winter photos of a working forest through Facebook or Instagram for your chance to win a $100 gift certificate to The Hollow Log Café! Winner will be announced Feb. 28th just in time for Grant Smith, Stewart Frail, and Philip Smith’s performance on Feb. 29.
Join in and support a local business!
For more information on The Hollow Log Café please visit their website at https://www.facebook.com/HollowLogCafe/
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