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2007 STTJ story about the Burwell UEL Marker, Fingal (Sep 17/23)
Frozen Burritos are easy to make and taste really good (Aug 7/23)
Review of book by Calvin White, One Man’s Journey (Jul 14/23)
Coronation on Corrie underwhelms me (Jun 4/23)
My mother’s clippings of George VI’s Coronation 1937 (May 6/23)
The Wolves of Winter, a post-apocalyptic novel (Apr 10/23)
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— My Book Pick —
John Sandford, Putnam 2022
If you like crime thrillers, read this. Its subject – convoys and caravans, militias and border crossings – is uncomfortably close to recent reality. The heroine is “smart-mouthed” but likeable. Likeable too is her off-kilter partnership with another investigator. A great read with insight into what makes people drive half way across a country to harass others or state grievances, depending on your perspective. (Tap book cover for Amazon)
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Newfoundland and Mi’kmaq. Links and discussion at Newfoundland Mi’kmaq Family History and Genealogy.
is was my must-see tv. Sunday’s Corrie Scene of the Week goes from 2010 to June 2018 in Canadian air time.
Dogs, cats, animal welfare, horses famous and not, and chickens. Also reposts of my St. Thomas Dog Blog (2010-2014).