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    General Topics Anybody on here from St. Johnís, NL?

    Just a shot in the dark...

    #2
    Sorry, no.
    AJ

    Humans punish themselves endlessly
    for not being what they believe they should be.
    -Don Miguel Ruiz-

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      #3
      No, although you're not the first to post from that neck of the woods. I'm a westerner and always say I'll make it to Newfoundland one day. I think I'd like it. It would help if the airfare wasn't so expensive. Do you know if Swoop (WestJet's latest cheapo setup) flies in your region?
      uni

      ~ it's always worth it ~

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        #4
        Not far. C.B.S

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          #5
          WaBu Hey. Been living in NS, coming home end of the month. How bad is the system these days? Thanks for the reply!

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            #6
            my father was from Hants Harbour, Trinity Bay, he passed away last year I miss him so much

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              #7
              I'm sorry to hear about your father, Kallie. He must have meant a lot to you. The first year seems to be the hardest. I'm not sure we ever get over the loss of a parent.

              I don't have Newfoundland roots, but the people I've met from there kinda make me wish I did
              uni

              ~ it's always worth it ~

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                #8
                Sorry about your loss Kalie. Take Care. paul m
                "Alone we can do so little;
                Together we can do so much"
                Helen Keller

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                  #9
                  I was born and raised in Corner Brook. Dad was from Trinity. I had a cousin who lived in Mount Pearl but she died a few years ago. Just got back from a McCarthy's tour of Western NF and Labrador, and our tour guide was from St. John's. I was looking into the option of going back there to live but I have environmental illness (multiple chemical sensitivities) and cannot handle the wood burning smoke or sulphur (from Corner Brook). A very depressing realization because I don't adapt well to city life.

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                    #10
                    I was born in Deer Lake. I love it there. It is so peaceful and we are carrying on the family tradition of staying at the summer home in the Bonavista Bay area!

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