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Old 10-11-2015, 08:18 PM   #1
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Canuck Turkey Day

Just wanting to wish all of my fellow Canucks a very, very happy Thanksgiving!

We decided to take our trailer out overnight for one (potentially) last hurrah before the snow starts flying....
....it was too windy to safely have a beach campfire, sadly, but we spent a lovely night oceanside at our favourite boondocking site. Listening to the lapping of the waves, snuggled into our warm bedding in our "Osokozy"......that's what WE'RE thankful for!!!
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Old 10-11-2015, 11:23 PM   #2
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Happy Thanksgiving to our Canuck brothers and sisters from the U.S.A!
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Happy Thanksgiving to Canada !!
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Thanks Theresa, hope you two are well. Happy Thanksgiving to all. Vivian & Paul
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Happy Thanksgiving from fellow Canucks in St Stephen, NB. Turkey is in the oven, and looking forward to all the yummy sides. And of course, pumpkin pie.
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Barb and Bob----We were down in your neck of the woods this weekend---visiting St. Andrews and also Blacks Harbour. Great way to spend the Thanksgiving weekend!!

I see that you are currently looking for a camper---I'll keep my eyes out for something up this way, in Moncton.
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Old 10-12-2015, 01:30 PM   #7
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Barb and Bob----We were down in your neck of the woods this weekend---visiting St. Andrews and also Blacks Harbour. Great way to spend the Thanksgiving weekend!!

I see that you are currently looking for a camper---I'll keep my eyes out for something up this way, in Moncton.
Thanks, Theresa:

We're looking for a 13' Fiberglass trailer. We had a '74 Boler a few years back, but thought we needed something bigger. Now we regret letting that one go. Finding one somewhere in NB would be great. Enjoy your time in SW NB. With this sunny weather going on, it's hard to beat.
Cheers, Barb
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Smile Thanksgiving?

I guess "The Great, White North" has to celebrate Thanksgiving in October, otherwise they would be snowed in, eh?

Happy Columbus Day from your southern neighbors. We wait another five weeks before slaughtering turkeys.
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Happy Columbus Day from your southern neighbors.
Got to ask why you celebrate a guy who thought he'd reached India?
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I guess "The Great, White North" has to celebrate Thanksgiving in October, otherwise they would be snowed in, eh?

Happy Columbus Day from your southern neighbors. We wait another five weeks before slaughtering turkeys.

Takes us that much longer to get ready for Christmas.


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