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At 2:29am on August 26, 2013, Bev Jeffery said…

Hi Nina.

Best wishes for a Happy Birthday.  :))

At 1:06am on August 26, 2012, Bev Jeffery said…

Hi Nina

Best wishes for a Happy Birthday.

At 2:00am on December 23, 2011, MILI K said…

Dear Nina,

You're very welcome to some wool.  I have had some private offers, however not too many as of now.  Please provide me with your address and I''ll mail you some yarn mid Jan.

Best regards, Mili


At 10:26am on June 9, 2011, Linda Maltby said…

You are lucky the storm missed you.  From photos on the weather network it looked like it did a lot of damage.

Good idea to stay in one place, You can really learn a lot about a place.  There are a couple of nice restaurants in Rocky Harbour...lots of fish meals:-)  Dave enjoyed the cod tongues and fisherman's brewis...with molasses.  Apparently that is the "traditional" way.  There is a lot to see in the Park and of course, the scenery is fantastic. We flew ( on points ) so had more time to look around. We want to go back and spend our time in the Park. 

At 6:01am on June 9, 2011, Linda Maltby said…

Hi Nina,

I`m delighted to be your friend.

Sorry we can`t get together this summer....but there is always next year :-)

Have you been to Newfoundland before.  We thoroughly enjoyed our trip there a few years ago.  May I recommend the Craft Council Devon House in St. John`s.  They have interesting displays and of course, crafts for sale !!!

How did you fare with the storm yesterday.  We lost power for 6 hours. When the storm blew over, the sun came out and people were able to bbq their suppers.  Also there were lots of impromptu family gatherings and people out walking and biking.

I managed to get a square made before it got too dark to see.

At 1:20am on June 8, 2011, Linda Maltby said…

Hi Nina,

When are you coming north this year?  I was sorry we didn't connect last year.  Would be lovely to have a chat with another KASister !


At 4:27am on August 28, 2010, Linda Maltby said…
Hi Nina,
You certainly have had a busy summer ! How was the wedding....beautiful of course . And the extra pleasure of having your sons home. It's great when family can all be together.
We were on Manitoulin Island this past week for a family get together. We took my parents down with us. It was my Dad's side of the family. At 88 he is the "patriarch" . We are fortunate that he still has his brother (83) and 2 sisters (80 and 75). It was great to visit with everyone....I saw relatives I haven't seen in years !
At 12:22am on August 25, 2010, Linda Maltby said…
Hi Nina,
Left a message for the "other" Nina but realize that this is the page you are using. So.....Happy Birthday Wishes! (again) :-)
At 12:12am on August 1, 2010, Linda Maltby said…
Hi Nina,
Just read Canadian Corner and saw that you were at Pukaskwa ! Next time you are going let me know (since you have to travel through the Sault ) and you can come for a visit and a cup of tea. It would be nice to meet a KASister "in person".
At 6:37pm on May 10, 2010, Kalai McDonald said…
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