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NancyLynn
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Jun 6, 2004

Good day, everyone!
PW 550 - South Stormont
That's mine! I'm just north of the four-oh-one, i.e., not far from the St Lawrence Seaway, on a large lot with a big shade tree for you to set up your tent, have a BBQ and a drinkie-poo, and enjoy a beautiful confire under the stars.
Come one, come all! Please sign up (if you intend to come, that is!) Drop me a line for detailed directions.
Hope to see you there!
Nancy

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NancyLynn wrote:

Good day, everyone!
PW 550 - South Stormont
That's mine! I'm just north of the four-oh-one, i.e., not far from the St Lawrence Seaway, on a large lot with a big shade tree for you to set up your tent, have a BBQ and a drinkie-poo, and enjoy a beautiful confire under the stars.
Come one, come all! Please sign up (if you intend to come, that is!) Drop me a line for detailed directions.
Hope to see you there!
Nancy

http://www.proz.com/powwow/550[/quote]

I imagine you mean "bonfire". I wish I could be there. Have fun!

Esther

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Bonfire, right! Jun 6, 2004

LOL
Esther, maybe you are closer than you think!
Besides, I won't kick you off the land at sunrise...;-)
And even if I were such a cold-hearted blister, you would not have far to go to enjoy one of the many beautiful provincial parks along the St Lawrence, stretching over to the north shore of Lake Ontario at Kingston. Or across the International bridge, you would find yourself in upstate New York. Or travel 3/4 hour east, and enjoy the hustle and bustle of gorgeous Montreal, from where it's a hop, skip and a jump to Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire...
Venture out! summer is sooo short...
Nancy


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wow.. too far from my Lotus Land Jun 6, 2004

Yes, it's too far from Vancouver for me to come to warm my bones near your fire)) However, my cheers will be there with you as well as (probably) a part of my spirit.

Have fun!



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Too close... in time Jun 7, 2004

I'd love to attend but I really have to go to Ottawa on July 16 (returning the following day to the Jersey Shore) and I can't bring myself to drive 1,500 kilometers two weeks in a row.

Warm regards,
Esther


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bones...fire, bonfire, LOL Jun 7, 2004

You're so punny, Vladimir!
Sorry you can't come make us laugh in person (this time), but we'll certainly raise a glass to you... three hours earlier!:-)

Nancy


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