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Steve and I have lived here for 17 years - it is the first home we bought together.
Love the house, the town and the property. 2 Acres of nice wooded land - lots of room for the dogs to roam and creates a park like atmosphere for us to enjoy. House is 2100 sq ft - more space then what 2 people should need but it was the perfect buy for us at the time
... this look as no one approached me. So being the resourceful individual I am I stopped an official looking person and asked where I got the flight to London Ontario. 'Oh thats in D area in B section' ????? So following the direction of her finger I went up to D section and made my way to B section which was RIGHT over on the farrrrrrr side of B Section. Arrived in D area to be met with ' International Flights'.
... and it all more or less went downhill from there. Firstly the wonderful security check - manned (or should that be womanned) by a girl who looked as though she had swallowed a wasp asking inane questions...
Where are you staying - Chatham Kent
Do you have someone to stay with - no am thinking of finding a tree to lie under for three days (of course I didn't say that)
Is if family or friends - friends
What is the purpose of your ...
... br> So Char and I tootled off to a restaurant called Parkfield - run by disabled youngsters - to say the food was wonderful was an understatement. We met up with Patty Bluegenes as she isn't going to the meet and of course would have been upset to have missed her. We had a great catch up and a lovely meal and pudding - what more could you ask for.
On the way back we called in at the ...
... year to do the same. At the end of the second year, though, Denis stayed on as he had finished school and helped the farmer with additional crops and then the turning of the soil as the last duty before the winter set in. He was permitted to continue living in the little trailer where the family stayed while there and first secured a job in Ridgetown and then one at a tobacco plant ...