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Comments by Nikki Petipas on November 4, 2004

Bonnie, you must make your readers aware of other resorces in which to read your marvelous stories. I'm certain they'd take pleasure in further reading. Also your book "Up Till Now."
As always I have enjoyed your fine story and marvel at the subject matter you select. Each story is a piece of your heart, soul, memories of a wonderful, giving, sharing life.
Along with the norm, you have a tendency to bring your readers back to a special place in time that was your's then, is today, and now shall forever become a part of the reader. You leave us remembering your fine tale and paundering over our own experiences, which perhaps has long been forgotten. You have helped me recall some of the nuances of my childhood.
I also marvel at your talent and engulf your words as though they were my own at times. You've brought a piece of Newfoundlanderoundland back to this homesick reader. It is not the first time nor shall it be the last, God willing, that I've had the pleasure to read a piece of your heart. Thank you Bonnie!
Nikki, your dedicated reader in Arizona, formally of Whitbourne, Newfoundlanderoundland.
Comments by Bonnie Jarvis-Lowe on November 3, 2004

It is very sad that we do not celebrate our own 'home town heros' as much as we should. An actor on a situation comedy show receives more attention than those people who have made great strides in life, coming from our little Newfoundlanderoundland communities. I think, in my humble opinion, but strong opinion, that we should look closer to home more often to find the people who have shaped our Rock within the Sea that we love so much.
May the wind be always at your back!!
Comments by dorothy baker on October 21, 2004

I just upon your site when I typed in clarenville Newfoundlanderoundland, It is a great site, I am from clarenville, but has been living in halifax. n.s. for 28 years. Your site sure makes a person homesick. By the way the picture you have on your site (world war one) of George Baker, Esau Baker, and william Noseworthy, The two baker boys are My uncles. keep up the great site dorothy
Comments by Gloria Stone on September 15, 2004

Great job. Keep up the good work. I'm currently doing work on my own site.
Comments by Janice on September 4, 2004

Nice job with site, I'm not from Clarenville but live just outside of area. I went to school in Clarenville and graduated from Clarenville High in 1981.
Comments by Marilyn Greenwood on August 1, 2004

Although I am not from Clarenville, I have visited & loved it there!
My family roots are firmly fixed, in Newfoundlanderoundland. My father was born in Baine Harbour, Gramma was born in Grand Bank and Gramps in Fortune.
I love the site,a great resource for residents and visitors alike!!
Thank you :-)
Comments by Cyndi Kane (Dalton) on July 26, 2004

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Comments by Bonnie Jarvis-Lowe on July 25, 2004

This is going to be a lovely site, in fact it is already. Keep up the good work.Quitters never win, and winners never quit!
As Ranger Frank Mercer says in his notes to me--
'Here's to the land you love, and here's to the love you land'!!
Love the site!!
Comments by Donna Russell on July 15, 2004

My sister and I are looking to visit Clarenville in the all. My mother was born and raised in this part of Newfoundlanderoundland and we have never been and would like to see where she was born and raised.
Comments by Kevin Elliott on June 25, 2004

Welcome to Your Site!! I have created this website to help keep current and former residents of the Clarenville area intouch.
If you have anything that I can add to this site please email me.
Outer Cove
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