Monthly Archives: March 2013

Matinee

Who remembers these tin cans? In 1983 when I worked in the smoke shop at Zellers, we sold these for $5. Wonder what they are worth now Advertisements

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Back to the basics…. books

Reference books tucked away on a high shelf for consulting. When you have several 70+year old men working on wooden boats twice a week for decades… the books are probably quite dusty!

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An original Grew Boat

I believe this boat is approx 100 years old. Grew Boats was a part of the Penetanguishene waterfront for generations.

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The gentle tools

A old wooden boat deserves nothing more than an old wooden mallet to fix it

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nothing stops mother nature

I wonder how long this tree has been growing through the fence… I wonder what will happen when this tree is a magestic maple..

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Canadian Tumbleweed

These two rolls of fencing were obviously taken down and left to rot many years ago…

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miniature can look so BIG

Another picture from the Model Railway outing…This bridge is about 1 1/2 inches tall, yet fills the frame

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Could someone make him a sweater?

This squirrel has been appearing at our bird feeder for a few weeks now….hmmm I wonder if it is the cayenne pepper that is making him loose his coat! Bob, if you can post your ‘grandchildren’ I thought I could … Continue reading

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Train’s coming!

Our outing to the Midland District Model Train meeting

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Signs, signs, everywhere are signs

I went out to look for deer, but all I could find were signs…. I’m guessing this one has been around for a while

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