Feb. 14, 2007
small, historical town
Feb. 13, 2007
The people are warm and friendly. Sunsets are brilliant red-orange. Rolling hills of golden grass sweep across the wide open horizons. The stars shine brightly in the clear, dark, crisp winter night skies. The sound of the train is heard aproaching the village. We walk by the grain elevators that stand like giant sentinels of the prairie. We hear the rumble then the whistle as the train speeds by, like a phantom it is suddenly gone into the night.
Feb. 11, 2007
New Glasgow, NS
Small town, lots of outdoor activity, beaches, great resturants, pictou waterfront, new glasgow waterfront, festivals, firemans bbq, fireworks july1st, excellent golf courses, bike trails/walking trails, trenton park for cross country skiiing, mini golf, walking, great fishing in the area, boating in the summer, the best pizza!
Feb. 10, 2007
West Bay Road, NS
The Village of West Bay Road, is the quiets place to live the people are very nice and easy to get along with, I grew up in West Bay Road all my life I love it here. some people don't like it cause it's to quiet but I think it's great.
Feb. 9, 2007
Marshall is a wonderful community where you still feel safe letting your kids go out and play with their friends. It has a fabulous small little store and a restaraunt. It also has a credit union, town office, post office, legion, library, and a bar. It is close enough to the city of Lloydminster to reap the rewards of decent shopping but it is also far enough away that it is quiet.
La Durantaye, QC
Feb. 7, 2007
I was raised on a farm in Chesley district and then we moved to Paddockwood until I was in grade 5. I'd love to go back and visit. My maiden name was Sinden and my Mother's relatives were the Endicotts. Lawrence Endicott had the Experimental Farm.
My home town. The occupants take pride in the town's appearance; there are lovely huge hanging pots of gorgeous flowers on nearly every corner in the summer.
Feb. 6, 2007
There is a great community of people in Ingolf. The 30 sites that are there have just incorporated to purchase the Inn, and property from the previous owner. This allows them full control over their future and the future of their families that have grown up with such wonderful memories of Ingolf. The Inn which was open through the summer and some weekends will need to be reborn as a new business. It is now closed for the winter.
Cape Tormentine, NB
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