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... have been a couple of 50 pounders caught, quite a few over 40lbs and lots of thirties.
My smallest fish was just 6lbs, but out of the 21 I caught 17 were doubles!
Paul and Lisa put a lot of effort into making your stay enjoyable and I highly recommend that if you want to sample Canadian Carp fishing this is the place to do it.
... Mull of Kintyre" in front of a sell out crowd at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa.
For more information on the OPS Pipe Band, go to http://www.ottawapolice.ca/en/Community /OPSPipeBand/index.aspx
Attached are some photos of the band marching off the winning field in front of the massed bands of some 1,400 pipers and drummers.
On to the World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, to be played on 17 & 18 August ...
Our first trip out: After loading up the trailer with everything we thought we might need (and a bunch we didn't need) we booked into a campground on the LongSault Parkway called Woodlands. A provincial campground so water/power but no sewer. Drive down went without a problem, rig towed great, nothing like bringing it home. Set up at campground, had a bit of a problem levelling but we are learning as we go. Once set up, made ...
... baseball player for the St. Louis Cardinals, the alley is now run by his son, Wally Smith, and Mr. Small. The bowling alley has been a part of the Massena community since 1940. With brightly colored bowling balls and chairs it has a cozy feel. Both models, Amanda and Katie, had shots taken at the alley. Amanda showed off a cute casual top that glistened in the photos and Katie wore a pencil skirt, cute top, and some stylish accessories. Not ...
... visitors, NOT here!) - it was frustrating and became stressful. ALL of the travel information and service centers are closed for the year; the cost of fuel is double compared to the USA’s 65 cents - its $1.10 per liter in Quebec, THEN, it turned into a cold/wet miserable afternoon so we left almost immediately. As soon as we got to Ontario, the cost of fuel dropped to .92/liter and the sun was shining brightly. Aaahhh!