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Quinte Global Foods, Belleville
Tweedsmuir Tavern, Tweed
Almond's Fruit Stand (The Quality Place), Meaford
Fernwood Farms and Market, Stayner
Marmora's Memory Lane, Marmora
Recent reviews on www.ruralroutes.com clients!
Joan Cameron on 30-Nov-15
Are these the same Boulters as the Wellington Boulter canning dynasty Prince Edward County?
Anyone know? firstname.lastname@example.org
Diane Gallagher on 26-Nov-15
I have been through Brechin twice in the last 3 weeks and something is missing!!!!
WHERE ARE THE BICYCLES?????
Looking forward to their reappearance.
Yelda Miedema on 26-Nov-15
For a brief period in the winter of 1952 we lived in a small, un-winterized 4 room log cabin on the shores of Silver Queen Lake. I believe the cabin may have been owned by the Louks (sp?) family who lived nearby. The son's name was Brian as I recall. How cold was it? It was so cold that the water in the pan on the wood cook stove, the cabin's only heat source, was frozen solid when we got up in the morning. It was so cold that my clever 9-year old older brother demonstrated the wisdom of sticking one's tongue to an axe, an act of idiocy that cost him several layers of skin from his tongue, not to mention some serious pain!. My dad once ran out of the cabin in only his long johns with his rifle, a Winchester 30:30 as i recall, and took several shots at a pack of wolves crossing the frozen lake, all of which missed their mark. His disappointment was palpable given that the bounty on a wolf, a princely $25, would have been enough to feed our family of 7 for several weeks. We left the area around Christmas 1952 and boarded the train headed for balmy south eastern Ontario. When my wife and I returned for a visit to Silver Queen Lake in September 2002 the log cabin was no longer there; there was a small park in its place. It had apparently burned down some years earlier.
The Bookworm Used Bookshop, Madoc
crystal cope on 24-Nov-15
this is the best place to get a book for the cottage or trailer in the summer and read the book that you bought. My class is supporting the book drive by bringing in gently used books for volunteer hours. which i hope is really helpful to them. And the owners are really grateful for their gifts.
L & L BBQ Catering, Stirling
Vince & Greg on 20-Nov-15
Thank you so much for catering our special day. the food was outstanding and the service impeccable. we really appreciate everything you and your staff have done to help make the occasion memorable
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