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Kathie Orr
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Wonderful memories -- there is sleighing, sledding and tobogganing, yes they are on snow but each brings a very different imagine and memory to mind. Is this just a rural Ontario thing? Oh the joy and smell of the first snowfall of the year, and playing fox and goose in the schoolyard. My favourite thing was making snow angels. 
Interested in genealogy and history - Canadian History in particular
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