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GUEST,daylia BS: The Glories of Orillia! Eh? (57* d) RE: BS: The Glories of Orillia! Eh? 12 Aug 05

Hey LH did you read my 11:43 (Aug 11) post? There's something special waiting for you there ....

Steve, can u tell no one in my family played hockey for the OHA?
AARRGGHH I knew the Colts had been upgraded to Junior A too - that's why they built the new arena (of course). THis is embarrassing! My students always keep me updated about these vital matters, but it's hard to retain everything while trying to keep the focus on, say, workable fingering for the C#- formula pattern. I mean, like, which is more earthshakingly important, after all?   ;-)

Awww sIx, I feel good just knowing I thanked your Dad through you! So again, thank you both ... and yeah, it is amazing they won't close the ole Barrie Bucket. Various organizations (like the Elizabeth Fry) have worked to have it ripped down and rebuilt so many times, but no go. (Needed the new arena more, I guess!) Built in 1843, it's the oldest building in Barrie. And it's no beauty, as I bet you recall. From what I've heard, it's still cold and damp and mangy and badly overcrowded - not to mention full of rats (human and otherwise).

One local I know (dubbed "The Farmer" for being thrown in the Bucket so many times over the years due to his choice of crop) caught a severe case of poison ivy in there once, in February! Go figure ... but the upside is, if you play piano and your Mom has a bit of local influence and she's willing to petition on your behalf, they might let you take her ole piano in there with you. So you can practice the days away. ANother guy I knew got so nimble-fingered after 6 months behind bars he started playing at the local nightclubs after his release! Warms the ole ticker right up remembering that ....

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