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Posted: 27-Aug-2007, 12:01 PM
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Now that I am an adult, I can barely remember a single "present" my parents ever gave me, but my childhood memories are rich with the feelings of love, comfort, and security simply by the times we spent together, the road trips, the campouts, and the historical sites we visited. What an incredible gift you are giving your family of making cherished memories! They will treasure those memories always!

By the way, the scenery is breathtaking. Thank you for sharing your story.
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Posted: 27-Aug-2007, 12:14 PM
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On what planet is this heaven? I would like a ticket please, one way.
WOW, awesome.


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Posted: 27-Aug-2007, 05:40 PM
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Adam,

would you ever consider doing a winter campout there or do you figure the winter is a bit to brutal?

Bet the pictures would be awesome though.
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Posted: 27-Aug-2007, 07:24 PM
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Winter camping in a tent? Ah, not my kind of getaway. In the winter we go to 'the camp', which has four walls, a good roof, and a wood stove. biggrin.gif It's my sister's camp (really just a little cabin with no power or water), and we've had it like a sweat lodge in there in the winter. You know, I've never even thought of going in the winter, but now that you mention it I would like to see the lake frozen over. If only I had a Skidoo.


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Posted: 27-Aug-2007, 07:29 PM
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Another problem is Global Warming. (if you don't believe in it, ask someone who grew up in a warmer four season climate how much the winters have changed) We don't get a lot of steady cold up here anymore. A few big blowouts, but the window for safe passage on the ice is getting smaller every year. Yes, it's depressing. I remember having white Christmases in Nova Scotia. Now I can hardly remember what it looks like to have multicoloured lights shine on white.






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Posted: 28-Aug-2007, 06:39 PM
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QUOTE (oldraven @ 27-Aug-2007, 07:29 PM)

(Again, I say, the edit feature should be open to all users. Paying for that feature isn't an option for some of us on tight budgets.)

biggrin.gif Especially, after converting Canadian into dollars! That even hurts a bit more.

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Posted: 28-Aug-2007, 07:21 PM
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Breathtaking pictures!!! Your Coira is a doll and I hope the Mrs. had an air mattress to sleep on. I can't imagine sleeping on the ground and being pregnant!!!
It looks like there's a lot of moss in some of the pictures, that might cushion a persons back. biggrin.gif

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Posted: 28-Aug-2007, 08:03 PM
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Fantastic Pictures OR thumbs_up.gif

I could just see the Walleye, Northern Pike and Small Mouth swimming around you saying "Take Me, Take Me".

It had always been a dream of my Dad's to take us boys up there to do some fishing. Sorry to say that that will not probably happen with Dad being 75 now.

So take you kids out when ever you can and enjoy the time with them. You are indeed well blessed.


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Posted: 29-Aug-2007, 01:31 PM
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Richard!!!!!! It's so good to hear from you. I knew you of all people would have a deep respect for what I've talked about here.

Even my daughter asked me if we were "Going to fishing?" when we were out on the beach. She's TWO! Sadly, I lost my fishing gear in the move and haven't tracked it down yet. A brand new rod, too. I think Dad held onto it for me, but he has no clue where he put it all. rolleyes.gif (I'm so much like my Dad)

No, no mattress. Just a blanket, a sleeping bag, and countless ages of moss to cushion the bottom. wink.gif She took it like a trooper though.
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