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It’s good news to have my old type writing machine working again. It’s like me, it’s hard to get parts anymore.
Canada Day came into Burns Lake with a parade. The best so we are told.
Here we are not too far for another month, July waiting to come in.
Last week was special with Father’s Day. Mother’s had their day and now father’s can have their day.
Something really caught my eye in the last paper and I quote “The Lakes District News received a face lift recently.
As I get older I try to remember some of the old stories that are so important to write about as they are going to get lost.
Always remember this little saying, it’s nice to be important but it’s more important to be nice.
The holiday weekend is behind us but what a wonderful weekend it turned out to be.
It was Mother’s Day Sunday, what a great day it is too. Sun is shining and the little birds are at my feeder, a great day to be alive.
It is with a lot of sorrow that I write this very sad part to my news.
We were using slates no scribblers they came in later on. The hickory stick and the strap was still being used.
Things are back to normal after a wonderful Easter time.
When my next news gets out Easter will have come and gone but the true meaning of Easter will stay with us.
The weekend coming up and looks like it might be a good one.
Sun is shining and it’s so bright just makes a person glad to be alive.
The week’s seems to roll around so fast, I have a job just to keep up with them, but here goes for another week’s viewpoint.
I noticed a little article in our last issue of the Lakes District News and I will quote “Good bye winter hello spring.”
Today is the second time that I have had a report of wolves moving back into the Francois Lake district.
My typewriter gave me some trouble last week and I couldn’t finish my skink story so I will finish off this week.
On Friday afternoon the residents of the Pines were invited to the Tweedsmuir House for a social afternoon.