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Small Town Weirdness

Well, hello.

The world seems to think I should write a blog, so I thought I’d introduce myself. My name is Karen, I’m 40 years old (No, I don’t know how that happened.) and I’m a wife and mom (Okay, I know how… 748 more words

Wordless Wednesday :: 14 January 2015

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On Wednesdays all over the internet bloggers post a photo with no words to explain it. The idea is the photo says so much it doesn’t need a description. 11 more words

Photography

Chalet Tales Part 2: Where to bed down after the après (Ellicottville version)

“Ellicottville would not be what it is today if not for Canadians.”

That emphatic statement comes from Cathleen Pritchard, a realtor who’s been selling ski properties in and around the small Western New York town for 30-plus years. 69 more words

Homes

Chalet Tales Part 2: Where to bed down after the après (Ellicottville version)

“Ellicottville would not be what it is today if not for Canadians.”

That emphatic statement comes from Cathleen Pritchard, a realtor who’s been selling ski properties in and around the small Western New York town for 30-plus years. 69 more words

Skiing

Chalet Tales Part 1: Where to bed down after the après (Blue Mountain version)

“Blue is a great place for an extended family to meet up,” says Jennifer Wootton, realtor and sales representative for MacPherson Builders, “especially for those who are scattered all over Ontario.” 104 more words

Homes

Chalet Tales Part 1: Where to bed down after the après (Blue Mountain version)

“Blue is a great place for an extended family to meet up,” says Jennifer Wootton, realtor and sales representative for MacPherson Builders, “especially for those who are scattered all over Ontario.” 104 more words

Skiing

Wordless Wednesday :: 31 December 2014

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On Wednesdays all over the internet bloggers post a photo with no words to explain it. The idea is the photo says so much it doesn’t need a description. 34 more words

Cheryl Andrews Photography