My grandmother was 100 % Canadian, and with all the trips with two boys who played 98% of their hockey games over the last thirteen years in Canada, and being less than two miles from the border, is it okay to be part of the group? Heck I even drink Labatt's Blue (or is it Bleu?) and Molson Golden. Ski at Crabbe Mountiain in Upper Haynesville, New Brunswick and saw the movie Titanic in Fredericton when it came out. Toured Dalhousie in Halifax with one son who almost went there. Hope I don't get booted. Used to buy Clearly Canadian water and my god father was from Woodstock and tried to get me to like eating dults (dried seaweed or kelp?) and pink peppermints. Wonder if dults was spelled right? My kitchen came from Canada, we ride a sea doo that we bought in Centreville New Brunswick and have been to Winter Carnival in Quebec several times. Four honda 70 mini bikes for the kids came across the border..with a little duty cause they were not made in North America. Watched my share of Hockey Night In Canada and in the country could only get two US channels, two canadian signals. Learned about all these towns as a kid on canadian tv and I finally travelled to Halifax, Moncton and other burgs now as an adult. Hope I don't get black balled trying to join the Canadian realtors group. We have worked on this side of the border with owners of canadian real estate to co broke with New Brunswick brokers on that side to make it legal and there has been a great spirit of international cooperation. God save the queen eh?
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