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bigugli last won the day on August 28 2020

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    Fishing, eating, fishing, kids, anything outdoors. Oh, did I mention fishing

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  1. A number of production facilities have been shut down, on and off. Others, to provide social distancing, have reduced number of employees in plant at any one time.
  2. You'll be in paradise now Cliff.
  3. Have not paid for a cut or trim in 12 years. My Wahl set lasted 15 years, and I got a new set for Christmas. $60 for the clipper or $150 a year for the barber
  4. Down here in Niagara I still find lots of meat deals. Brisket was $3.99lb. Striploins (AAA) now $9.95, and these were over an inch thick. Lean ground beef $2.99 pork loin logs $1.77. I have to do a certain amount of homework every week, but it pays off.
  5. The lake went through huge changes and storm surges back in the 70's. I remember, as a teen, watching the news on TV showing cottages falling off the shore on L Erie. Big storms and high waters were the culprits back then as well.
  6. I miss those trips as well. Lots of fun banter with good people
  7. My anti-virus programme and my email have spam blockers.
  8. They are nearly finished the park side, next is the reconstruction of the east side.
  9. This was in response to this summer's outrageous numbers of rescues.
  10. From what I understand, they were trying to close the whirlpool trails. dropping trees across the paths, etc... back about 2 weeks past. People were trying to put on a protest demonstration, but I believe that fizzled.
  11. We've got some 14-15 inch rockies up in Nippissing in the past.
  12. Orillia could not simply close the waterfront. They would face outrage from their own residents, as previously mentioned. Secondly, closing public beaches without closing the public marina and ramps would be seen as discriminatory. Third,chasing away the tourists completely would cripple their tourist based economy.
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