Monthly Archives: June 2014

Post War Triumph Automobiles

In 1950 I had the good fortune to visit the Earls Court Motor Show in London. The highlight of my visit was riding in the back seat of the very latest Triumph production model, a 1950 Triumph Mayflower. Like all … Continue reading

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Chapter Ten

Chapter Ten HunterRiver, PEI   Light snowflakes were fluttering down outside the study window; the weather forecast was calling for heavy snow and high winds all day. Adam Craswell sat at his desk pondering over his sermon for the coming … Continue reading

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Ready Set—–Go

Well the two Mini’s are polished and detailed, cleaning gear packed in the boot along side folding chairs. My Mini coffee cup and Mini baseball cap complete with Mini logo all ready too. No I didn’t forget the mosquito repellant,its … Continue reading

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The Pemier Explains!!!!

Remember yesterdays blog concerning the offensive amount of money the Minister of Fisheries spends on meals using his government credit card? Well our cool as a cucumber intrepid leader the smooth talking young Robert Ghiz explained on a TV interview … Continue reading

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Soup Kitchen or Smorgasbord?

I would venture a guess that more Islanders eat at Soup Kitchens than at Smorgasbords (All you can eat meals)here on PEI. However, not all Islanders have to eat at soup kitchens visit food banks or shop carefully at No … Continue reading

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Points to Ponder

In this day and age where we apparently can’t manage without foreign workers. Where we can’t find enough workers for the fish processing plants. Where we are up in arms because of the cuts to the employment insurance programs. Where … Continue reading

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Absolutely True Squirrel Tail!!!Maybe?

There Were Five Houses Of Religion in a small town: The Anglican Church, The Baptist Church, The Methodist Church, The Catholic Church and The Jewish Synagogue. Each church and Synagogue was overrun with pesky squirrels. One day, The Anglican Church … Continue reading

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Dean Del Mastro on Trial

Remember this Good Ole Boy??? he stood up in parliament two years ago and made the following statement. The Conservative Party do not need to be investigated by the RCMP because they have done nothing wrong. Its so refreshing to … Continue reading

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Really Create Jobs.

Harper has approved the Enbridge Gateway Pipeline, granted it is conditional but nevertheless approved and will no doubt succeed if the Conservatives remain in government. Yesterday I took a break from the World Cup to watch Question Period on CTV. … Continue reading

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Chapter Nine – Below the North Atlantic

Chapter Nine Below the North Atlantic   The Royal Navy nuclear submarine HMS Alcide was silently cruising at five hundred feet approximately six hundred miles off the Grand Banks off Newfoundland. The First Lieutenant was in the control room; he … Continue reading

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