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Comments by ashley.m on June 13, 2005

I think Clarenville is an amzaing place to live in, i've researched all internet for my french social science, my teacher and my friend came from there and came up here in the northwest territories. My friend left here to there couple years of ago. Clarenceville came into Clarenville. The history is very descriptive.Its amazing what a little town can have so much information
5023 forrest drive
Comments by Dona Taverner on June 11, 2005

Although I didn't grow up there, my husband did (Ivan- or some may know him as "Darby" and I have many fond memories of living in Shoal Hr. for a few years. That river valley in fall has to be the most beautiful on earth! This site is wonderful and was introduced to me by Bonnie Jarvis-Lowe. I love her stories and this web site is great. I will be keeping in touch.
Fort McMurray, AB
Comments by Angela Sheppard(Blundon) on June 10, 2005

Hi,
I found this site by accident and loved it. My family lived in Shoal Harbour. My parents were Jim & Alma Blundon. I hope to visit here again soon. Keep up the good work.
Milton, NL
Comments by Richard S. McCann on June 8, 2005

I have always found the rock and it's people, an experience to be shared with all Canadians, especially if you love the great outdoors. From Bonnie's writings it sounds like she has found HOME at last and loving every moment. From my experience the rock has that affect. Good luck, Richard.
Site4 Box7 R.R.2 Windsor N.S.
Comments by yvonne B on June 8, 2005

Bonnie
Your story of the LILAC TREE is beautiful. A heart-warming story as you can write it - right from your heart ! Congratulations

Comments by Robyn Wallace (Nee Merry) on June 8, 2005

I just love the story about Joe. Thank you for the lovely website & for printing Bonnies' Story.
Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
Comments by ROBERT HODDER on June 5, 2005

I THINK THE LINK IS GREAT ITS BEAUTIFULL TO HAVE SOMEONE IN OUR COMMUNITY TO DO THIS KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
214 BALBO CR. SHOAL HR.
Comments by Tammy(Marsh) Flight on May 27, 2005

How,s she goin bys. This site is marvelous. It sure makes me feel homesick. I grew up in Clarenville and got lots of relatives in Deep Bight(Shorts).I graduated in 1988.Go Clarenville High!!!!!
Barrie,Ontario
Comments by Terry Balsom on May 25, 2005

Hello Keith
Remember Me My Dad was Eph Balsom a good friend of your Dad
email me I will be coming home in july for a Holiday
walter_terrance@msn.com
Calgary
Comments by Keith Carberry on May 23, 2005

Very nice web site. My father was Bill Carberry the first game warden on Random Island.
154 Airport Blvd, Gander NL
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