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OT: Celebration days

From: Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com>

Hi All,
You have obviously been celebrating like crazy over there, cos the list is 
so quiet. Anyone in Toronto (on Canada Day) and Detroit (on the 4th) notice 
two strangers talking with Aussie accents, and waving their flags 
counter-clockwise? Well that was my 20yo daughter and her dad. Not content 
for one lot of (wet, cancelled fireworks) celebrations, they snuck across 
the border for another round.
Now I'm sure someone must have noticed them! :-)
I have it on good authority that 'Canadians are great people. I could 
happily live here' but I'm still waiting for a report on the population 
south of the border. I'm sure I'll hear soon, that is if Christine doesn't 
get her wish, and meet a bear on her camping trip. :-(
Happy Celebration days to you all,
Cheers, Jan Clark, taking a quick respite from the weeding here in Aus.

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