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Elizabeth M.

"AWAY SICK - THE GREAT BEAR FOREST IS SAFE FOR NOW!! SAVE THE GREAT BEAR SEA & THE SALISH SEA, SAVE THE OLD GROWTH FORESTS, HELP TO SAVE RAINFORESTS !"

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    THE GREAT BEAR RAINFOREST OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,CANADA IS SAFE FOR NOW!!!  MOST OF THE FIRST NATIONS THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY THE PIPELINE GOING THROUGH AND AROUND THE GREAT BEAR RAINFOREST ARE IN COURT NOW AND SHOULD WIN THEIR CASES DUE TO THE UNANIMOUS DECISION BY THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA FINDING THAT THE TSIHQOT'IN NATION CAN CONTINUE TO HOLD LEGAL TITLE TO THEIR TRADITIONAL TERRITORY IN CENTRAL B.C. 



























....lushness of our rainforests. They feed bugs in the streams, mushrooms sprouting off nurse logs, bald eagles, river otters, bears and on and on.









CRITICALLY, THE COURT FOUND THAT THE DEVELOPMENT ON LAND OWNED BY INDIGENEOUS PEOPLE REQUIRES CONSENT OF THESE NATIONS!!!!

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bc first nation It has been 150 years since the Tsilhqot'in people of British Columbia declared war on the Crown and the descendants of descendants of warriors long dead declared victory Thursday, following a landmark ruling from the Supreme Court of Canada.The high court ruling recognized, for the first time in Canada, aboriginal title to a specific tract of land. The unanimous decision ended a 25-year legal odyssey and set a historic precedent affecting resource rights.
Great News! Historic Supreme Court decision a crucial step for Indigenous peoples in Canada
On June 26, a unanimous decision by the Supreme Court of Canada found that the Tsilhqot’in people continue to hold legal title to some 2000 square kilometres in the heart of their traditional territory in central British Columbia.
It’s hard to overstate the importance of this historic ruling, both for the Tsilhqot’in people, who first went to court to protect their land rights more than 20 years ago, and for other Indigenous nations across Canada.

Much of the route of the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline crosses territory where there are no treaties with Indigenous peoples and the underlying issue of Indigenous land title has never been resolved. These issues were excluded from the mandate of the public review on which the government says it based its decision to approve Northern Gateway.
THERE ARE 3 PROVINCIAL PARKS, AND 1 PROTECTED NATURE RESERVE THAT THE PIPELINE WANTED TO HAVE THE B.C. GOVT. CHANGE THE BOUNDARIES ON, SO IT WOULD BE EASIER TO INSTALL THE PIPELINE.















north thompson river provincial park threatened by Trans Mountain Pipeline, wanting to have rules of 4 parks changed, so they may put pipeline through within the parks boundaries,
NORTH THOMPSON RIVER PROVINCIAL PARK - THERE IS A LOT OF BEAUTIFUL SCENERY AROUND THE PROVINCIAL PARK.












BRIDAL VEIL FALLS PROVINCIAL PARK - BLOW


Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park is surrounded by a mossy, green rain forest which is in part created from the Fall's moist environment.
Falling sixty meters down a rock face which has been smoothed by decades of falling water, Bridal Veil Falls is a spectacular sight in British Columbia's Fraser Valley region.Along the trail which leads to the falls at Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park, hikers walk alongside the waterfall's creek.


















Finn Creek ( Canyon ) in provincial Park, is another park that Trans Mountain Pipeline wants boundaries changed to put the pipeline through to Westridge Terminal, Burnaby, B.C.FINN CREEK PROVINCIAL PARK
































 The park features the braided meandering channel of Finn Creek, and a portion of the North Thompson River which contains some islands. Cottonwoods, cedars, hybrid spruce and birch along the wetter bottomlands exist in the park. The park protects important spawning habitat for bull trout, Coho and Chinook salmon. It is also an excellent year-round moose habitat.
LAC DU BOIS GRASSLANDS PROTECTED PROVINCIAL PRESERVE - BELOW
Lac Du Bois Grasslands Protected Area., anoother park that Trans Mountain Pipeline wants to go through on the way to Westbridge Terminal, B.C.
























KINDER MORGAN/TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE WORKERS...


Kinder Morgan Files Court Action Against B.C. Pipeline Protesters Surveyors had to leave on Wed. 29th Oct, due to protesters.
Kinder Morgan Files Court Action Against B.C. Pipeline Protesters - trying to do their surveying....








































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Kinder Morgan has proposed to triple the capacity of its existing Trans Mountain Pipeline, which carries crude oil and other products from Alberta to Port Metro Vancouver, or Westridge Terminal, Burnaby, B.C. thru Finn Ck. Prov.Pk., N, Thompson River Prov.Pk, Lac Du Bois Grasslands, Bridal Viel Falls, Prov. Pk. all in B.C.
Kinder Morgan has proposed to triple the capacity of its existing Trans Mountain Pipeline, which carries crude oil and other products from Alberta to Port Metro Vancouver, or Westridge Terminal, Burnaby, B.C. thru Finn Ck. Prov.Pk., N, Thompson River Prov.Pk, Lac Du Bois Grasslands, Bridal Viel Falls, Prov. Pk. all in B.C.
Planning The Route | Trans Mountain
Kinder Morgan/Trans Mountain Pipeline owns a pipeline that has transported oil from Alberta to Burnaby for 60 years. It is now is applying to the federal government to twin the pipeline, to increase the oil flow from 300,000 to 890,000 barrels per day. The project would increase the number of oil tankers in the Vancouver area from 60 per year, to more than 400, said the company.

The Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMX) is a proposal to expand the existing Trans Mountain pipeline system between Edmonton, AB and Burnaby, BC. It would include approximately 987 km of new pipeline, new and modified facilities, such as pump stations and tanks, and the reactivation of 193 km of existing pipeline. The Westridge Marine Terminal would also be expanded.



































TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE WANTS TO GO RIGHT UNDER THE BURNABY MOUNTAIN. SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY SITS ON TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN AND THERE IS A NATURE RESERVE. OBVIOUSLY, BURNABY DOES NOT WANT THIS TO HAPPEN, BUT THE NEB GAVE PERMISSION FOR THE PIPELINE COMPANY TO ACCESS THE LAND TO DO THEIR STUDY TO SEE IF IT WOULD BE FEASIBLE, STATING THAT THEY DID NOT NEED PERMISSION FROM THE CITY OF BURNABY.




Deep Fog - Burnaby Mountain in foreground with Simon Fraser University on top of it.
A FOGGY DAY - BURNABY MOUNTAIN IN FOREGROUND WITH SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY ON TOP.. BELOW-SFU ON TOP OF BURNABY MTN.









BURRARD INLET WHERE TANKER WILL GO THROUGH -VIEW FROM TOP OF BURNABY MOUNTAIN THAT THEY WANT TO TUNNEL THROUGH!



Simon Fraser University Campus and Conservation Park See below right Big Storage Tanks where Westbridge Terminal will be.SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY SITS ON TOP OF BURNABY MOUNTAIN, ALSO THERE IS A CONSERVATION AREA, AND CENTENNIAL PARK...






BARRED OWLS IN CONSERVATION AREA

HIKING AND BIKING ON BURNABY MOUNTAIN





CONSERVATION AREA ON MTN.


PARK ON BURNABY MOUNTAIN - ABOVE 






BIKE SKILLS PARK ON BURNABY MOUNTAIN ABOVE


HIKING TRAILS ON BURNABY MTN.
Trans Canada Trail - beyond is the SFU
TRANS CANADA TRAIL IN BURNABY MOUNTAINS CONSERVATION PARK


Beyong these trees at end of Centennial Park is Simon Fraser University that sits on top of Burnaby Mountain.
SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY IS JUST DOWN THE TRAIL FROM HERE.



CENTENNIAL PARK ON BURNABY MOUNTAIN ABOVE














 












 







TOTEM POLLS IN THE PARK, ON BURNABY MOUNTAIN - Kamui Mintara (Playground of the Gods) sculptures. The Kamui Mintara comprises more than a dozen carved poles created by Japanese sculptors Nuburi Toko and his son, Shusei.
Burnaby Mountain | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Burnaby Mountain. B.C.VIEWS ABOVE FROM ON TOP OF BURNABY MOUNTAIN
Kinder Morgan Files Court Action Against B.C. Pipeline Protesters -Surveyors, right, working on behalf of Kinder Morgan in preparation for the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project are forced to leave the site by protesters on Burnaby Mountain in Burnaby.
Kinder Morgan Files Court Action Against B.C. Pipeline Protesters -Surveyors, right, working on behalf of Kinder Morgan in preparation for the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project are forced to leave the site by protesters on Burnaby Mountain in Burnaby.A protester carries a sign on a trail on Burnaby Mountain near where work is being done by Kinder Morgan in preparation for the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project in Burnaby.Kinder Morgan Files Court Action Against B.C. Pipeline Protesters - A protester carries a sign on a trail on Burnaby Mountain near where work is being done by Kinder Morgan in preparation for the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project in Burnaby.
Kinder Morgan protest camp-The National Energy Board ruled last week that the City of Burnaby, which has been opposing Trans Mountain's survey work, cannot stop the company's activities because the geotechnical work is needed by the board so it can make recommendations to the federal government about whether the project should proceed.  Burnaby is appealing that decision.

KINDER MORGAN RECEIVED AN INJUNCTION THAT ORDERED PROTESTERS TO CLEAR THE AREA AND SEVERAL ARRESTS WERE MADE,
NOVEMBER 20th, 2014.

Trees have been cut on Burnaby Mountain during survey work by Kinder Morgan. (REUTERS)



TREES THAT WERE CUT DOWN ILLEGALLY BY KINDER MORGAN IN THE CONSERVATION PARK ON BURNABY MOUNTAIN.
A KINDER MORGAN WORKER WORKING ON AREA TO CUT TREES SO THEY CAN DO SEISMIC WORK ON BURNABY MOUNTAIN (NOTE FALLEN TREE)

PHOTO SHOWING HOW CLOSE WESTRIDGE TERMINAL IS TO RESIDENTS OF BURNABY.






























































































































































































































 
































The terminal of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline in Burnaby, B.C.




































































Greenpeace activists hang a large banner off of one of the oil storage containers at the Kinder Morgan facility in Burrard Inlet in Burnaby, B.C. last year.
GREENPEACE HUNG THIS BIG BANNER ON ONE OF THE PRESENT STORAGE TANKERS AT THE SITE WHERE KINDER MORGAN/TRANS MOUNTAIN TERMINAL WILL BE.


































































This image represents a conceptual design for Westridge Terminal, based on preliminary engineering. The design may change after further developmental and detailed engineering. Burnaby, B.C. where pipeline will end and tar sands oil from Alberta will be loaded on tankers.
This image represents a conceptual design for Westridge Terminal, based on preliminary engineering. The design may change after further developmental and detailed engineering. Burnaby, B.C. where pipeline will end and tar sands oil from Alberta will be loaded on tankers.

































































Marine/Westridge Terminal Improvements | Trans Mountain Pipeline will bring in tars sands oil from Alberta to Burnaby, B.C.


































































Marine/Westridge Terminal Improvements | Trans Mountain Pipeline will bring in tars sands oil from Alberta to Burnaby, B.C.
The Trans Mountain Expansion Project team has worked extensively with Port Metro Vancouver (PMV), the Pacific Pilotage Authority (PPA) and the BC Coast Pilots (BCCP) to determine a preferred dock layout. We have also incorporated feedback from the City of Burnaby and our community discussions in the planning.
The Trans Mountain Expansion Project team has worked extensively with Port Metro Vancouver (PMV), the Pacific Pilotage Authority (PPA) and the BC Coast Pilots (BCCP) to determine a preferred dock layout. We have also incorporated feedback from the City of Burnaby and our community discussions in the planning.




































































































Paddlers performed a ceremony at the third annual Salish Sea Summer Gathering to show that oil, in particular, the twinning of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline that would subject B.C. waters to an estimated 400 tankers per year, is not welcome in the Tsleil-Waututh Nation's ancestral waters.

































Canoeists paddle canoes past the Kinder Morgan facility in Burrard Inlet in North Vancouver, on May, 22, 2014. There are concerns about the safety of oil storage if Kinder Morgan receives approval to triple the capacity of its pipeline.
































WWF Canada - The Great Bear Sea: No place for a pipeline
THIS MAP OF THE GREAT BEAR SEA SHOWS HOW IT INCORPORATES THE SALISH SEA. BOTH ARE AT RISK WITH OIL TANKERS GOING THROUGH THEIR WATERS.






















pacificwild.org has Live Streaming from the coast of the Great Bear Rainforest and under the Great Bear Sea - Have a Look!!!







































 The Great Bear Sea is home to an incredible bounty of marine life — including humpback whales, sea otters, dozens of other mammals, and hundreds of species of fish. But this is not just about saving the wildlife. The ocean generates half of the oxygen we breathe and plays a major role in stabilizing the climate.
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THE GREAT BEAR RAINFOREST IS ALSO ALONG THE GREAT BEAR SEA.
The Orcas of the Great Bear Sea, and the Salish Sea
THE ORCAS OF THE GREAT BEAR SEA AND THE SALISH SEA..
The Humpback Whales of the Great Bear Sea...
THE HUMPBACK WHALES..ABOVE AND THE SEA LIONS BELOW...































Judge's comment: The sunlight limns the sea lions in such a way to make them look like sculptures. Beautiful! 1st place:Kari Watkins, Hardy Sea Lions in Living Oceans Ocean Exposure contest 2014































Pacific white sided dolphins can be seen off the British Columbia coast in Western Canada.PACIFIC WHITE- SIDED DOLPHINS... AND SEA OTTERS WHICH WOULD BE FIRST TO GO































SOME OF THE SEA OTTERS - ABOVE ARE TAGGED FOR OBSERVANCE. ONCE ALMOST GONE FROM THE GREAT BEAR SEA, SOME WERE BROUGHT DOWN FROM ALASKA, AND NOW THERE ARE HUNDREDS+
Great Bear Rainforest - Salmon - photo by Ian McAllister.
The prolific Salmon of the Great Bear Sea now...






























I salmon are so important to the Great Bear Rainforest.
THE SALMON ARE SO IMPORTANT TO THE GREAT BEAR SEA, MARINE ANIMALS PREY ON THEM, THE SPIRIT (KEROMODE) BEARS, GRIZZLIES, BLACK BEARS, THE RAIN WOLVES, AND MANY SPECIES OF BIRDS FEED ON THEM. ALSO THEY ARE A VERY IMPORTANT PART OF FIRST NATIONS DIET.





























Photos Great Bear Sea - In the spring there is a Herring run, they lay their eggs on the kelp, and the eggs (roe) are washed ashore by the waves, The herrring has always been prized by the First Nations.In the spring there is a Herring run, they lay their eggs on the kelp, and the eggs (roe) are washed ashore by the waves, The herrring has always been prized by the First Nations.
THERE IS A WHITE FOAM CALLED MILT THAT WASHES UP TO THE SHORES.





























Exploring Burnaby (Dolomite) Narrows - British Columbia





























HERRING EGGS (ROE) ATTACHES ITSELF TO THE KELP FROM UNDER THE SEA.Thick roe on stringy algae or yaga (Egregia menziesii)- BELOW























































































Princess Royal Island, Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia, Canada. A bed of mussels is exposed during the low tide.A BED OF MUSSELS AT LOW TIDE, THERE ARE ALSO SHRIMP, CRAB, & CLAMS




























BELOW THE SEA: WITH IAN McALLISTER
























































Vast waves of opossum shrimp bring rockfish from below and birds from above.




















































































Ian McAllister GBR
Aqua extravaganza. One of the many stunning new underwater images by Ian McAllister in the new book The Great Bear Sea - Exploring the Marine Life of a Pacific Paradise.




























SEA STARS























































A translucent nudibranch, or predatory sea slug, swims near the Great Bear Rainforest.























































HOODED NUDIBRANCH























































There were also the basket stars ... and down deep, around 100 feet or so ... I found one that was sizeable and with its arms fully extended, feeding on the planktonic




















































Stingless Pacific Moon Jellyfish, one of the simplest forms of life, swarm around the photographer in the Great Bear Sea








































































































Purple stars and green grasses


















































Octopus and bat stars.  Canada has the longest coast line on the planet and ranks among the last in marine protected areas. Photo by Ian McAllister, Copyright 2014.
Octopus and bat stars. Canada has the longest coast line on the planet and ranks among the last in marine protected areas. Photo by Ian McAllister, Copyright 2014.
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NOW WE HAVE TO TRY TO SAVE THE SALISH SEA FROM THIS OVER LOAD OF TANKERS FROM TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE, AND ALSO THE DOUGLAS CHANNEL HAS DRAWN SOME MAJOR CONCERNS!! WE CAN NOT FORGET THE GREAT BEAR SEA, NOR THE SALISH SEA!!
Whey-Ah-Wichen/Cates Park, North Vancouver, B.C. have signed an international treaty with First Nations of Washington State to protect the Salish Sea.
Whey-Ah-Wichen/Cates Park, North Vancouver, B.C. have signed an international treaty with First Nations of Washington State to protect the Salish Sea.
Members of the Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations paddle canoes on the waters of Burrard Inlet to the Kinder Morgan Burnaby Terminal for a ceremony ...



























Pledge | Save the Salish Sea- Americans and Canadians of the Salish Sea share one coast, one ecosystem and one climate, We are coming together across the border to choose a different future for our region.Pledge | Save the Salish Sea- Americans and Canadians of the Salish Sea share one coast, one ecosystem and one climate, We are coming together across the border to choose a different future for our region.
International Treaty to Protect the Salish Sea - COAST SALISH TERRITORY, NORTH VANCOUVER, BC; SEPTEMBER 21, 2014 – Today, First Nations from the lower mainland, Vancouver Island, and Washington State have come together to sign an historic treaty to protect the Salish Sea from tar sands oil and related threats, making the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion Project illegal under Coast Salish Law.nternational Treaty to Protect the Salish Sea - COAST SALISH TERRITORY, NORTH VANCOUVER, BC; SEPTEMBER 21, 2014 – Today, First Nations from the lower mainland, Vancouver Island, and Washington State have come together to sign an historic treaty to protect the Salish Sea from tar sands oil and related threats, making the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion Project illegal under Coast Salish Law.Species at risk in the Georgia Strait & the Salish Sea -  the killer whales!!




































































San Juan Islands, between northwest US and Canada! (Great Bear Sea and Salish Sea).San Juan Islands, between northwest US and Canada! (Great Bear Sea and Salish Sea).Species at risk - The Great Orcas.



THE COASTAL SALISH SEA IS MADE UP OF SEVERAL FIRST NATIONS IN WASHINGTON STATE AND BRITISH COLUMBIA THAT MOSTLY SHARE THE SAME LANGUAGE.

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Squamish Nation, Chief Justin George of Tsleil-Waututh Nation, and Chief Gibby Jacob of Squamish Nation, welcome paddlers to Whey-Ah-Wichen. 









i AM KEEPING THE GREAT BEAR RAINFOREST PHOTOS ON THE PAGE, AS MAYBE IT WILL BECOME A NATURE RESERVE OR A PROVINCIAL OR NATIONAL PARK AS I THINK IT SHOULD BE. (MY OWN OPINION)

THE KERMODE BEAR (KNOWN AS THE SPIRIT BEAR) IS SACRED TO THE FIRST NATIONS. IT IS YEARS AGO. IS'S WHITE COAT IS CAUSES BY A DOUBLE RECESSIVE GENE EXPRESSED IN ONE OUT OF EVERY 10. KERMODE BEARS RELY ON THE FOREST IN MANY WAYS. FOR EXAMPLE THE FOREST TREE ROOTS AND CANOPIES PROTECT SALMON STREAMS (SALMON BEING THEIR MAIN SOURCE OF FOOD) BY PREVENTING SOIL EROSION AND LANDSLIDES, AND THE HOLLOWS OF TRUNKS PROVIDE IDEAL HIBERNATION AND DENNING HABITAT. IN TURN THE SPIRIT BEAR DEPOSITS A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF SALMON CARCASSES ON THE FOREST FLOOR WHICH PROVIDES VITAL NUTRIENTS FOR THE FOREST TO GROW AND REGENERATE. THIS COMPLETES AND INTERCONNECTIVE RELATIONSHIP AFFECTS MANY OTHER ORGANISMS IN THE TEMPERATE RAINFOREST ECOLOGY. A RARE SUB-SPEICIES OF THE COASTAL BLACK BEAR THAT DIVERGED FROM INLAND POPULATIONS ROUGHLY 300,000 

Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia, Canada.
Namu Lakes and Fish Cannery, Central Coast, Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia, Canada.
Princess Royal Island, Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia, Canada.
Waterfall and Old Growth Temperate Rainforest, Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia, Canada.Great Bear Rainforest -- Corbisimages.comCountless waterfalls sweep down the mountains. Some of the them are the pathways of the migrating salmon.



SALMON BEARS -

The Grizzlies that depend on Salmon from the Great Bear Sea...
 
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About Me compassionate, quiet, introvert, deep thinker that finds it hard to express well to others, love laughter, can't live without music
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Political Leaning Moderate
Religions Christian - Protestant  
Eating Habits Drink lots of water - not bottled  
Wild Fact About Me Is that I actually believe in Utopia.
My Philosophy Do unto all in this world as you would have them do unto to you.
What Gives Me Hope Faith that the world can be a better place for all
Faith that my daughter can win her battle with Lupus through her strength, hope & faith & courage.
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by Keep as many National Parks, Nature Reserves and Wetlands as possible intact, for future generations to enjoy.
What/who changed my life and why Mother Teresa... because her whole life was given to helping others."Kind words can be short and easy, but
their echoes are truly endless."
What Bugs Me Greed  
Passions Nature in all it's glory!  
Inspirations My daughter's courage fighting Lupus!, Watching nature  
What Scares Me How cruel - greedy humans can be  
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Quotation Until he extends his circle of compassion to include all living things, man will not himself, find peace. Albert Schweitzer-Physician/Nobel Laureate
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    Nov 27, 2014 12:58 AM

    Ginger H. (49)
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    Hope you have a wonderful day tomorrow sweet Elizabeth.  It is that time of year again when we gather, give thanks for our blessings, feast on the harvest and gain 5 pounds.  LOL!  Lots of love and great big hugs from my family to yours!    ~Ginger
    Nov 26, 2014 4:42 AM

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    Love you sweet Elizabeth!  Hope you are staying warm up there in North Town!  Lots of Love and big hugs from Poofy and me. 

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    Bit warmer (40's daytime) this weekend. I have 3 days off, 2 to go before the rest of the heavy seasonal work hits! Been watching Sheena's cattle dog and keeping peace amongst the kitties and he! Hope all is well with you. Staying home for Thanksgiving this year. Too much work before and after. Wouldn't get enough down time! Have a happy...
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    Ginger H. (49)
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    Have a relaxing Saturday and enjoy your weekend.  Love to you dear~
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    Hello Elizabeth my friend, have a wonderful weekend! Hugs, Jo xoxo


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    important than your own..luv Linda

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    It has been a cold and rainy autumn morning in Spartanburg.  Have a great day and stay warm!  : )
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    Have a relaxing Sunday dear Elizabeth.  Love you bunches and bunches.

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