Tom is loving to get out  in his new boat when  he has a chance  on  random sleepy dog  afternoons.  Already we  have guests  joining us  sailing  here out on  Wabaskang.

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  1. Bob Miller says:

    Thats great Tom you should of tried out for the Canadian sailing tean. Were finally getting some rain (downpours) better late than never although many crops are ruined. Many corn fields have been havested to silage.

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Good day Tom! Thanks so much for giving Pat and me the opportunity to be in your world for a weekend. WOW – We knew we were in for something special as soon as we turned the corner. Your architectural creations (cabins) were all one-of’s. What a simply lovely spot. Mother Nature had taken us under her wings and graced us with her “wonderment” We just loved it and am looking forward to see you soon. Maybe we’ll fish next time (snowed out). I hear they just jump right in the boat! Regards, P & J — Julie and Pat Myrdal Wpg, MB Canada