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Dec. 28, 2007

It was sept 2, 2007, my husband mike and i carolyn had an amazing time, fixing up, our old house. The weather was amazing, at least 24 degrees C on a lot of days and 35 deg C of course when we decided to mow the 3 foot grass, but all fun in the end, you just have to drink a little more beer. The neighbours are amazing and so are the surrounding areas, including truro, the amazing tim hortons in debert, and masstown. Cant wait to get back in july.

sincerely;
carolyn and mike roberts
- cardawnd

Dec. 26, 2007

I lived in Pennant in 1952-3. The family's name was Seimers. I remember painting the trees with white paint to stop the ants from climbing them. It was my Grandfather's job. He used to work on the railway. Now I'm 58 and was curious if anyone was around that time.
- Beemer

Dec. 23, 2007

If you are interested in knowing more about the nice little town of Dresden, go visit www.exploredresden.ca
This is a small community with a lot of very nice people as well as a strong history.
If you come to see us, make sure to stop by Uncle Tom's Cabin, and take a stroll on the Trillium Trail.
- Dresden

Dec. 20, 2007

In 1936, when I was age 9, my family from Illinois made a visit to Kindersly, SK, where my father had lived and worked 1910-1916. I recall that we crossed a big river by a ferry boat that was propelled by the current of the river, with no engine involved. The angle of the boat was adjusted by cables so that the current could propell the boat in either direction across the river.
I now have it figured that it could have been at either the Lancer Ferry or the Lemsford Ferry. I would be interested in knowing whether either of those ferrys was propelled in the way I have described - in 1936. If so, is the ferry still propelled in that way.
I have a picture of my mother, two brothers, and I with our 1936 Ford car on that ferry.
- LDFarringer

Dec. 17, 2007

what is in mulgrave any stores
- vicjaymor

Dec. 10, 2007

Would like to talk to anyone with the last name of Meharg or McHarg from Balcarres.

Thanks
cj
- cjomason
I used to live outside of Selkirk for about 9 years. I lived on Bains Rd. about 10 min outside of Selkirk. I now live in North Carolina but I miss Ontario very much
- hannahbsiemens

Dec. 7, 2007

My family and I visited Port Morien the summer of 2006 and loved all we saw and those we met. My extended family lives in Morien and my children would have loved to stay. We live in a small town in Ontario similar to Morien everyone knows everyone. We sure did feel at home in Port Morien. My boys loved to fish on the warf once they figured out the warf was the dock.
- Jenelle

Dec. 4, 2007

this city stinks about snow removal as of today December 04, 2007.
Where where the snow removal crews?
Major streets like Laurier and especially Bernard where a disaster...
One poor truck wit a snow plow in between his legs dropping a bit of salt, was wandering around some streets to give an impression of activity...
Some preference seems to have been given to certain areas, some officials or other priviledged living there maybee ?
Bernard and Laurier St. for example, aren't those streets enough tax incom to satisfy your apetite to let them dry ???
Would it be possible that you are trying to save some money to be able to buy enough alcool to drown your upcomming christmas parties and following others...?
- private
Little Grand Rapids is a place were i like to be cause it is my Home Town. I miss it there alot but yah it is a nice place lots of fishing in the summer and fishing durbies. During the winter u can Ice Fish and do alot of other stuff when u are there and know other plp.
- BooshieEyes

Dec. 1, 2007

Great place to grow up
- richmond
Hi,

I'm wondering what is happening in Lougheed
- Bunnyfel

Nov. 30, 2007

Hi, I thinking about moving to Berry, QC and was wondering if anyone could provide any information on the town. Many thanks
- howdee

Nov. 28, 2007

Thanks for the great stay on our way back from Alaska, July 05, and the nice piece of fresh Halibut. Hope to see you soon again.

Erik and Carl on the HIOLANI

Will try to send or attach photos
- CarlJohansen
hello does anyone out there know the number for the payton Saskatchewan fire department?
- witchywoman341972

Nov. 26, 2007

hey folks, is this the first blog on Dorion? It would be nice to hear from some residents. Would you recomend Dorion as a place to move to? What are some positives?
- iwbafarmer
there's no place like millertown. i grew up there and it will always be home to me.
- maureenmaloney

Nov. 25, 2007

looking for any information on Bauder family in north frontenac county - Arlene enright
- arlene009

Nov. 21, 2007

Maud-Mary Raisbeck born in Alexandria and was my mother.
- lucking
I lived in Lively and was raised there from 1957 I was 4 years old. I loved the own it was wonderful ansd would love to connect with anyone who lived there back then or who might know me.
- gentleher

Nov. 20, 2007

Is there anywhere I can find out about Russell family in Paisley My grandfather was born there in ca 1890's John Russell and raised a family in Alberta.
- RonaldoC

Nov. 16, 2007

When was Bellis settled? Who donated the land? How much land was set aside?
- sunguran

Nov. 15, 2007

I use to live there and i am looking for any information pics and anything that as to do witrh Faro ,i miss the place.
- Hscorpio

Nov. 14, 2007

What can you tell me about the history of the molybdenum mine near endako, bc?
thank you
- fmontey

Nov. 13, 2007

Are there any Roberts family still in Cabri?
- Veerman
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