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The Involuntary Adventurer

For what I hope is short lived I have found myself with a bit more free time on my hands this summer, but while I do have that time my husband and I have decided we’re going to try very hard to do some of those things we’ve been saying we want to do. 1,228 more words

Year 2

Exploring Bollinger Mill

Sometimes a spontaneous adventure is necessary. A trip meant for lunch and errand-running turns into an afternoon full of laughs and adventure. This was one of those. 1,905 more words

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A Walk Around Town - Walk H

Excerpts from “Walk H” in “St. Catharines A-Z” by Junius, originally published in the St. Catharines Journal on June 26th, 1856.

Junius takes us on a journey through town in Walk H, where we learn all about the mills, manufacturers, and products made in St. 619 more words

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Thursday's Doors ~ close up of The Barn at Stratford, post #2

The old stone bricks,

red doors with white door frames

and black stripe and hinges,

along with the typical

split barn doors.

Please check out… 62 more words

Reocochran

35TPD Milling Machine/ Corn Flour Mill Processing Steps Simple


This compelte wheat flour mill project is composed of cleaning part, milling part, and packing part. After processed by this plant, you can get high quality flour to meet your special needs. 91 more words

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Thursday's Doors ~ "details," part 4

Different roofing since original,

I am imagining and daydreaming.

Different grassy space overgrown

and covering instead of showing

stones or dirt path around barn.

The stone blocks and… 174 more words

Reocochran

Thursday's Doors ~ Stratford on the Whetstone, part 2


The grass so green evokes imaginary

memories of farming, milling,

with families living in close-knit

industrious community.

Sacred ground, when people were

“the salt of the earth.” 96 more words

Reocochran