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headwinds and moonbeams

Did anyone see the super moon lunar eclipse last night?  It was too cloudy here to see much more than moonbeams, but it was still beautiful!   229 more words

The Great Outdoors

A tangible object cannot lie...

The history of a country is to be read not only in its written or printed records. These, while of the greatest value and importance, do not tell us all that we desire to know. 106 more words

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The West Wind

The “West Wind” is a major character in The Song of Hiawatha. It is Mudjekeewis, Hiawatha’s father, presuming he has a father.

In April 2012, I published a post featuring… 338 more words



Margaret Thomson Tweedale – Tom’s youngest sister. She was born in 1884 and passed away in 1979.  She and Tom were very close. In 1920, after working as a school teacher for fifteen years, she married a Scottish born Great War Veteran named William Tweedale. 8 more words

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A strange visitor.

Photo taken by Tom Thomson

I had a strange visitor today. He didn’t tell me his name, but he knew mine well enough. And he knew that I knew the Park inside and out. 22 more words

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