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Our strange Canadian AUGUST Holiday…I always associate this w/ my father’s B-Day [Aug 1st], but it was ‘late [7th, ELB’S B-Day] and I got all confused…

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Thanks to APII; I have known his mother since Grade III;
and AP I since/~ 1975

 

That’s all folks!

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There used to be a little treasure trove on the West side of Bay, below Wellesley, where you could pick up ALL kinds of publications, MOSTLY DIRT CHEAP.  Any body else remember…?

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Tombstones

My cousin and i used to drive around the then-much-smaller GTA and look @ old cemeteries. It is NOT macabre to go seeking them; they represent local history. Two interesting guides are shown here.

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winter-palace

Got lost in the actual biography [U CAN’T MAKE THIS STUFF UP!] – a large tome currently serving as a bookend somewhere…hope to report back by summer’s end…

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I got suckered into these by their seemingly historical/cultural back covers.

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DARK CROSSINGS  –eeks – had at MINIMUM A Harlequin LOGO ” the very end;
thought could be like Beverly Lewis

  1. CONSTANT HEART, THE
  2. FARTHING WILL DO -I was not familiar with life on the Channel Islands during WWII [Lillian Harry#1]
  3. HALF HIDDEN
  4. KEEP SMILING THOUGH – [Lillian Harry#2]
  5. SECRET LIFE of JOSEPHINE -[Erickson]  ok, this one ‘got’ me TOO! Gorgeous cover In my favourite colour…but i didn’t read closely, enough: WHAT-THE-H-is ‘Historical ENTERTAINMENT’, SVP? 17-07-31
    I WOULD  read her MANY prior NON-FICTION i.e., HISTORY, however.
  6. WHAT WE FIND…[Carr] what is ‘women’s fiction’, SVP?

 

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Celts

celtsMakes me want to read ‘the full version, i.e., enjoyed very, very much

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look-century2-217

bedside reading for
when you don’t know what you want to read

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