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NameALEGNA SNIKSAH
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CommentsFIND YOURS ON RED RIVER ROAD, THUNDER BAY.

I found all these ways to get in – if you do one and you are not sure that you got it, do another one, you are supposed to circle the area that you live in if you want to see everything but sometimes it may not be a good idea if you do not want to see everyone who is there, there may be people in this other dimension that are “trouble” with a capital T– but you should do one of these because eventually you will not be able to see any gas stations because the old ones are being torn down (IN 401 TO WINDSOR ROUTE IT IS HAPPENING ON THE 401 FROM ST. THOMAS) so that only people who got it can see them.

GETTING IN (London to Windsor, ont)
GO HIGHWAY 401 TOWARDS THE 402 TOWARDS SARNIA GET ONTO 402 AND DO A U-TURN SOMEWHERE WHERE YOU CAN IN THE MIDDLE OF THE HIGHWAY BUT GO TO THE SHOULDER AND WAIT TO DO THIS SAFELY, OR YOU CAN KEEP GOING UNTIL YOU FIND A RAMP, TURN BACK THE OTHER WAY ON THE 402 AND YOU WILL SEE YOURSELF GOING SOUTH ON THE 402 AND THERE WILL BE NO WAY TO GET TO THE WESTBOUND BUT JUST KEEP GOING BECAUSE THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO RAMP ACROSS ANY HIGHWAY AND YOU WILL SEE YOURSELF ON THE EASTBOUND 401 THEN FIND THE NEXT EXIT AND GO WESTBOUND ON THE 401. YOU DID IT!

GETTING IN (fort erie, ont)
When you get to Fort Erie, Ontario - Go down Garrison Road to Central Avenue, do not turn left or right, go right down the red brick driveway to the bottom of it past the huge building on the left and turn at the circular red brick cul de sac at the bottom of the driveway, go back up to Garrison Road, turn around at Wendy’s/Tim Horton on the right, do not reverse, go back down Garrison Road, past Central Avenue, do not turn left or right, go right down the red brick driveway to the bottom of it and past the huge building on the left and turn at the circular red brick cul de sac at the bottom of the driveway, go back up to Garrison Road, you will see that the first time you went down to the red brick cul de sac there was a statue of Joseph and the next time you go down there will be some military figure statue. And you will notice that the first time there was no green grassy round area in the middle of the cul de sac but the second time or the third time that you go down there it has changed from just all red brick in the red brick cul de sac to a cul de sac that has a grassy round thing in the middle and the statue has changed, you are now considered in, if you have seen it this way always, then you have been in since you can remember seeing it this way. If you see the statue of Joseph the first time and no grassy area in the middle of the red brick cul de sac, and the military figure and the grassy area the second time then you were not in and now you are.
The East West Loop may be on Central Avenue although it may be uneven so I do not know if it will work because I do not want that loop but you will have to see if you can get it across the Garrison Road loop or somewhere else in Fort Erie.


This phenomena is that the molecules in your eyes and body change as you go in a loop or circle into a magnetic hill or field. When you are in and go into a new town or city, circle the area that you will be in and close the circle where you started off. Also do a cross from south to north loop and then an east to west loop. The area will become brighter and you will be able to see structures and people made of smaller molecules than those that are out but you will also see those structures and people that are out.


GETTING IN (chambly, quebec)
When you get to Chambly, Quebec via the 112 East and just before the bridge to Richelieu, go right on 223 Sud/South towards Ste. Jean sur Richelieu it is about a 20 minute drive into Ste. Jean sur Richelieu to the Pont Goin bridge and cross it towards the other side of the Richelieu River then you get to the first light and turn left on 1re Rue towards Richelieu again another 15 minute drive, past the St Hubert BBQ/Petro Canada service station, past the Hwy 10 go towards an exit just beside an old barn style house on a small acreage and exit there going north towards Ste. Cesare or Ste. Gregoire (you can do it there too because they may have blocked off Ste. Cesare to keep people from getting it) , it is a 15-20 minute drive and turn there at the exit and go back towards Ste. Jean sur Richelieu and when you get to the exit, exit there and turn around again going North towards Ste. Cesare or Ste. Gregoire and go to that exit and turn around and you will see that this old little highway becomes the new Highway 10, you go back to the Ste. Jean sur Richelieu and exit and turn right on Ch. Des Patriots and go right into Richelieu. (if there is a ditch in the middle of this road, do not try to go over it, you have not got it, you may have to try it again or get someone who has not got it but is religious or a good person to do it again with you and to bring you across this road or you can do penitence/prayer and repent of all your past sins for a year or so before you try it again). You will notice that you have been able to pass right through this road right into Richelieu if you tried to use this road before you did it you would not have been able to cross from Richelieu to the exit to the old highway because there is a ditch in the middle of the road about 20-30 feet deep and you would have killed yourself in the car) But you can now go across the road that is there and so can your car because even the molecules in your car change). This phenomena is that the molecules in your eyes and body change as you go in a loop or circle into a magnetic hill or field. When you are in and go into a new town or city, circle the area that you will be in and close the circle where you started off. Also do a cross from south to north loop and then an east to west loop. The area will become brighter and you will be able to see structures and people made of smaller molecules than those that are out but you will also see those structures and people that are out. IF YOU DIDN’T GET THE NORTH SOUTH LOOP YOU MAY BE ABLE TO GET THE EAST WEST LOOP, WHICH IS THE RED LOOP, NOT THE WHITE LOOP, YOU CAN ALSO GET THE EAST WEST LOOP ON THE 112 EAST TO WEST GOING FROM RICHELIEU TO MARIVILLE AND AROUND TWICE. IT IS BETTER FOR THE AVERAGE PERSON TO GET BOTH BECAUSE THE RED GETS YOU INTO MORE COLOURS OF THE MOB, SUCH AS RED, GREEN, ORANGE, YELLOW, GREY, BLUE, PURPLE ETC. IF YOU ARE SERVANTS OF THE CROWN OR CLERGY OR A PERSECUTED PERSON or military OR HAVE A GOVERNMENT JOB YOU SHOULD STICK TO THE WHITE NORTH AND SOUTH LOOP ONLY BUT IT IS UP TO YOU AS TO WHETHER YOU NEED TO GET THE OTHER ONE.






GETTING IN (truro/Halifax,n.s.)
Go to Truro, Nova Scotia on the 104 East go South towards Halifax but do not go to Halifax, you are now you 102 South now turn at the second exit in Truro and go North on the 102 towards Holy Hill exit, it is about a 20 minute drive so gas up because you are going to turn at Holy Hill and go South on 102 towards Halifax but when you get to the Halifax exit, DO NOT TURN, keep going past the exit and you will see an exit called Dieppe, TURN HERE, DO NOT KEEP GOING BECAUSE YOU MAY DRIVE YOURSELF OFF THE ROAD, YOU ARE IN A MAGNETIC FIELD AND IN THE MIDDLE OF GETTING IT. Going back again when you turn at this exit called Dieppe, it is not the real Dieppe, if it is not called Dieppe it may have changed to another name because someone may have changed it to confuse you, turn here anyway, turn towards that Halifax exit that you did not want to exit the first time and exit there and you will be going south on the 102 again in Truro and on the right past the second exit you will see a giant statue of a warrior with his back towards you and his arms folded, some people say that they see him wave. He was not there before. Then go to the next exit and turn there and go back either towards 102 North to Holy Hill or 104 East to Bible Hill and turn at the exit there, and you will see if it is Bible Hill you will be on the 104 East, some people can go back to Holy Hill and other people can only go right to the 104 East to Bible Hill. Turn at the exit of whichever one of these Hills that you got to and it will take you on the 104 West. PASS THE EXIT TO TRURO/HALIFAX and keep going past this exit towards the next exit and turn there and go back past the TRURO/HALIFAX exit and go back to Bible Hill exit and turn there. You have to do two loops from one exit to the other but after the first loop the names change so it can be confusing. This is a very strong magnetic field and you may feel like you are going the wrong way after you are in the middle of the first loop and then in the middle of the second loop. Once you have completed this you are now in. Do not go anywhere but where you live if you hear someone on your magnetic pin tell you to go up somewhere because there are people who are on computers but are stealing that can intercept your magnetic pin. Go straight home. Do a complete circle anywhere that you are, town or city, circle you house or car to protect it. This phenomena is that the molecules in your eyes and body change as you go in a loop or circle into a magnetic hill or field. When you are in and go into a new town or city, circle the area that you will be in and close the circle where you started off. Also do a cross from south to north loop and then an east to west loop. The area will become brighter and you will be able to see structures and people made of smaller molecules than those that are out but you will also see those structures and people that are out.


This I got from the web --- it is an explanation of the phenomenan of the magnetic/molecular body of atoms:::::We study the possibility of associating metastable Efimov trimers from three free Bose atoms in a tight trap realized, for instance, via an optical lattice site or a microchip. The suggested scheme for the production of these molecules is based on magnetically tunable Feshbach resonances and takes advantage of the Efimov effect in three-body energy spectra. Our predictions of the energy levels and wave functions of three pairwise interacting {sup 85}Rb atoms rely upon exact solutions of the Faddeev equations and include the tightly confining potential of an isotropic harmonic atom trap. The magnetic field dependence of these energy levels indicates that it is the lowest-energetic Efimov trimer state that can be associated in an adiabatic sweep of the field strength. We show that the binding energies and spatial extents of the trimer molecules produced are comparable, in their magnitudes, to those of the associated diatomic Feshbach molecule. The three-body molecular state follows Efimov's scenario when the pairwise attraction of the atoms is strengthened by tuning the magnetic field strength.

GETTING IN (st. john, n.b.)

St. Joseph Hospital in St. John, New Brunswick is right in the middle of a magnetic field. It is very important for people to try to get into it because it makes the molecules in their bodies smaller and more floatant, which means that when they die their DNA and molecules do not stay on the ground, they float up. This is something that Moses found before he left Egypt with his people and then he could not find it again because after you find it and do it everything changes either drastically or just a bit depending how strong the magnetism is where they did it.

The way that I did it is that I went around the parking lot and down that little block on where there is a Presbyterian Church, around the right street and around the block where there is a bread and breakfast at the bottom and around towards the street that takes you up to the hospital and past the hospital and around the furthest end of the parking lot and you have to do this round around the parking lot and block two or three times to get the full effect and you will see that things change after that, everything will become brighter and you may even see objects that you couldn't see before because they are made by materials that are made by molecules smaller than the molecules that were previously in your body but your eyes can now see them because your molecules in your eyes and body are now smaller.

If you could get anyone you know to do this it will be a really good deed on your part.

Did you know that Jesus was put on a magnetic hill on the cross when he died? I don't know whether it was part of His Will to try to save us but it certainly does make you think. I don't know if he knew that everytime he went to the Mount of Olives and told his disciples to go down and get something and come back to bring it to him that he may have been getting them in.


GETTING IN (Burlington – Cambridge, ont)


GO ON HIGHWAY 5, DUNDAS STREET WEST, TOWARDS BURLINGTON AND PAST THERE THERE IS A CROSSING, I BELIEVE IT HAS A NAME WHICH IS CEEPERS CORNERS OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT BUT THERE IS A USED TRUCK LOT ON THE SOUTHWEST SIDE AND A PETROCAN GAS BAR ON THE SOUTHWEST SIDE AND A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING BESIDE IT ON THE SOUTH SIDE. IT IS AT THIS CROSSING THAT YOU CAN GET IT BUT IT IS A LITTLE TRICKY ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF DUNDAS BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO GET TO THE RIGHT SHOULDER OF THE ROAD BECAUSE THERE ARE BARRIERS IN THE MIDDLE AND THERE IS A CURVE GOING WESTBOUND AT THE BOTTOM BUT IF YOU CAN TURN AROUND SAFELY AND HEAD BACK NORTHBOUND ACROSS DUNDAS HIGHWAY 5 AND THEN GO BACK DOWN DOING IT AGAIN AND WHEN YOU THINK THAT YOU HAVE COMPLETED TWO LOOPS, DO IT ACROSS THE DUNDAS #5 HIGHWAY CROSSING FINISHING TWO LOOPS, YOU WILL FIND THAT YOU WILL FIND YOURSELF SEEING THE NUMBER 6TH LINE GUELPH LINE, THIS CROSSING WILL DISAPPEAR AS YOU HAVE SEEN IT WHEN YOU STARTED AND YOU WILL NEVER SEE IT AGAIN THE SAME WAY, IT WILL BECOME DIFFERENT BUT STILL WITH THE PETROCAN AND THE TRUCK LOT BUT PRETTIER.



GETTING IN (montreal, que)

Go to Montreal, Quebec, up to St. Joseph’s Oratory and park at the bottom. Start walking up from the bottom of the Oratory where there is a Statue of St. Joseph holding Jesus and angels, it is a round about area and walk up, keeping right to the first door of the Church and turn right since you cannot go in through that door, turn right and go up the side stairs to the top part of the Church, it is a long way, so just take you time but do not veer to the left and go to the second level of the Oratory and go inside the middle door and right inside the second set of doors and turn around left, counter clockwise back out and down the stairs and down towards the first level of the Oratory and to back down the stairs that you came up from right down to the bottom of the Oratory and around that statue of St. Joseph holding Jesus and go back around and do this again but if you have run out of breath by the time you get to the first level of the Oratory which is the first door turn around and go back down towards the statue of St. Joseph at the bottom of the Oratory and you will have done it. It is better to go right back up to the second level but I didn’t because it is really hard on the legs but you will get it anyway doing it by doing the second loop on the first level and not on the second. You may be able to get it just by doing two loops up to the first level, the first door but you cannot go in that door which is why you should go to the second level. The door on the first level that you can go in is on the left and it will make the loop uneven and you may not get it after all that walking up and down all those stairs.

GETTING In (Ottawa,ont)


START AT THE TOP OF KING EDWARD STREET IN OTTAWA, YOU ARE ON ST. PATRICK STREET AND GO RIGHT DOWN TO THE INTERPROVINCIAL BRIDGE TO GATINEAU, YOU NEED A LOT OF GAS AND TURN AROUND AT THE EXIT, GO BACK TO WHERE YOU STARTED AT ST. PATRICK AND KING EDWARD STREET AND DO IT AGAIN, BACK TO GATINEAU. YOU WILL SEE SOME STRANGE SIGNS THAT LOOK LIKE EXITS BUT DO NOT GO ANYWHERE WHICH MEANS THAT YOU GOT IT. THEN COME BACK AND DO TWO LOOPS ACROSS THE KING EDWARD STREET CROSSING ACROSS ST. PATRICK AND BACK. YOU SHOULD BE IN NOW.









GETTING In (toronto,ont)


Go TO THE FOOT OF YONGE STREET, AT THE HARBOURFRONT AREA AND GO NORTH ON YONGE STREET UNTIL YOU GET TO THE HIGHWAY 7 AREA AND DO A U-TURN SOMEWHERE SAFELY WITHOUT REVERSING AND GO SOUTH BACK TO THE FOOT OF YONGE STREET AROUND THE HARBOURFRONT AREA AND TURN AROUND AGAIN AND GO BACK ON YONGE STREET UP TO HIGHWAY 7 AND DO A U-TURN AGAIN AND GO BACK DOWN TO HARBOURFRONT. THEN DO THE EAST – WEST LOOP ON STEELES CROSSING YONGE STREET, START AT THE EAST SIDE AND GO ACROSS YONGE STREET TO THE WEST SIDE AND DO THIS LOOP TWICE WITHOUT REVERSING.







GETTING IN (NIAGARA FALLS, ONT.)

GO TO THE FOOT OF CLIFTON HILL (TRY TO DO THIS LATE AT NIGHT WHEN EVERYONE IS GONE TO BED BECAUSE IT IS VERY BUSY HERE) GO FROM THE FOOT OF CLIFTON HILL RIGHT TO THE VERY TOP WHERE IT ENDS AND DO A U-TURN AND GO BACK DOWN TO THE FOOT OF CLIFTON HILL AND TURN AROUND AGAIN TO GO BACK UP TO THE TOP OF CLIFTON HILL AND DO THIS LOOP TWICE. THEN JUST BEFORE THE TOP OF CLIFTON HILL THERE IS A LIGHT – AT THIS STREET TRY TO DO TWO LOOPS TURNING SOMEWHERE BUT MAKING SURE THAT YOU CROSS CLIFTON HILL SOMEWHERE IN THE LOOP. THIS IS A SMALL MAGNETIC HILL, IF IT WORKS YOU WILL SEE THINGS CHANGE AROUND YOU, BUT TO MAKE SURE, CIRCLE NIAGARA FALLS AND CLOSE IT. IF IT HASN’T CHANGED, TRY AGAIN OR DO ONE OF THE OTHER LOOPS SOMEWHERE ELSE. THIS HILL IS MAGNETIC BUT THE BUILDINGS AROUND IT SEEM TO HAVE MADE THE HILL’S MAGNETISM LESS POWERFUL.




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CommentsCan anyone help me in finding out details of my grandfather (George Harold Buckland), and the time he spent in Thunder, Bay at the turn of the century (1900-14). I believe he left England to work as a builder. He spent some time working there before returning to England. Why did he go there, and what was he building?

Thanks

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CommentsRelatively good info on economy. Thank you. You should add graphs in too. It would be better for students that use this site for homework. :] Thank you.

NameLyndon
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CommentsBest city in the world. born there, lived there for 5 years, and had to move. our family is hoping to get back. Great info tho! maybe ou should list a few resorts north of thunder bay?

NameAlexander G Wilson
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CommentsWELL HELLO THUNDER BAY!!! I just want to say that I am moving there for college in a couple of months, and so very excited! Can't wait! See ya all very soon! A.G.W

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CommentsHi we visited Thunder Bay in 98 & again in 05 to visit family, it is a great place & we would love to live there, then we can visit all the places of interest when we want my sisters & brother that live there took us all over visiting the country parks that us back in England have to travel miles & miles to see & you have them right on your doorstep, we loved going for walks & the bars are really friendly the people well what can i say they're friendly & helpful we loved it & hope to be back real soon & hopefuly to live so we can be nearer to the rest of the family.

NameMark
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CommentsHmmm seems so long ago that I built this site..... Still it gets several thousand visitors every week. Hi Anne Marie if you are reading this trust that all are well.... please get in touch soon.
Mark

NameMichael
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CommentsTo paraphrase a new friend of mine...I had this overwhelming urge to be the most recent to sign your guest book. What a beautiful, informative site! It's enough to make me want to visit. ;O)

Oh and before I forget...best wishes from central Massachusetts!

NameJim Smith aka Jamie Smith
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CommentsI grew up in the Lakehead in the late sixties and attended Kindergarten at Algonquin Avenue Elementary School, I still can't believe you changed your name from Port Arthur & Fort William to Thunder Bay and not the Lakehead sic "The Lakehead" - oh well. The place has sure changed from when I last saw it. Is there still a suspension bridge across John's Creek ?

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CommentsI was trying to locate an old friend John Phyllis from Thunder Bay. I would love to hear from him - I live in Scotland and used to be a neighbour of his grandmother.

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CommentsBeing a resident there many years ago, we have always enjoyed returning to our grass-roots and visiting with old friends. This is still the number 1 place in my books.

NameAlexander G. Wilson
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CommentsI have fond memories of living in Thunder Bay, and every time I come for a visit I always feel like I am missing something. I love Thunder Bay, I miss it and I can't wait to move back after I am done High School. Thanks and hi to everyone in THUNDER BAY! You rock!

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NameShirley Belluz
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CommentsI was born at kakabeka Falls,and left Thunder Bay at the age of 35.I have one son living at T.B. Who is M. Jurcik.I now live at osoyoos B.C. Thunder Bay is always in my heart. Thank you.

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NameJack P. Scott (aka Schnob)
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CommentsThunder Bay is a great place to grow up. We are going to be back in TB the first week in June 2006

Hope to run into many old friends and relatives.

Enjoyed reading all the comments thanks for putting up the website.

Family Tree Website www.jackpscott.com

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CommentsI lived my first 4 years of my life here in TBay! I miss it so much! I live in Ottawa right now and personally I can't wait to get the heck out! Just Want to let everyone know that I am coming back for good in the year of 2007 for college and to live my life there. So long for now we will see everyone soon!!! Alexander The great!! Bye!

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CommentsThunder Bay sucks. A good town to be born out of but not one to live in when you grow older. I don't live there now but if I did I'd probably go apeshit. www.geocities.com/kyleruebens

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CommentsEmily.....2005 General Admission to Fort William

June 18 - September 5:

Adult $14 CDN
Senior (60 or better) $12 CDN
Student (13+ with ID) $12 CDN
Youth (6-12) $10 CDN
Children 5 & under FREE
Family of 4 (two adults, two children) $38 CDN
Family of 4 each additional Student $10 CDN
Family of 4 each additional Youth $7 CDN
Subject to change.

May 21 - June 17 &
September 6- October 10:

Adult $12 CDN
Senior (60 or better) $11 CDN
Student (13+ with ID) $11 CDN
Youth (6-12) $9 CDN
Children 5 & under FREE
Family of 4 (two adults, two children) $35CDN
Family of 4 each additional Student $8 CDN
Family of 4 each additional Youth $6 CDN
Subject to change.

2005 Group Rates

Groups of 20 or More:
Adult $11 CDN per person
Senior (60 or better) $10
Student (13+ with ID) $9
Youth (6-12) $8

Groups of 10-19:
Adult $12 per person
Senior (60 or better) $10
Student (13+ with ID) $10
Youth (6-12) $9
prices subject to change

2005 Dates & Hours of Operation (Subject to Change)

Open Daily: May 21 to October 10, 2004


Historic Site:
May 21 - June 17: 10 am - 5 pm EDT
June 18 - Sept. 5: 10 am - 6 pm EDT
Sept. 6- Oct. 10: 10 am - 5 pm EDT
Visitor Centre: 9:30 am
Fort William Trading Post: 10 am
Cantine Restaurant Open Daily May 21 - Oct. 10

Hope this helps

If anyone cannot find an answer to something about the Thunder Bay area then just drop us a line and we will endeavour to answer your query... thank you for your continued support

Nameemily
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Commentsthis site was unhelpful i still do not know how much it is to get into fort william and what time it is open too

Nameruth
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CommentsHi
Great site!!!
If you knew Ruth Johnson from Thunder BAy would love to hear from you.

NameGet A Reality Check
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CommentsHi,

If you want to move/relocate to Thunder Bay you better know the facts. Unless you have several University Degrees don't. You'll be lucky if you get a Minimum Wage job and competition for even Minimum Wage jobs is fierce. Thunder Bay's population is declining and from what early statistical reports have shown Thunder Bay will be in the top 3 of population declines in all of Canada. The largest decline in age is between 22-45. Thunder Bay has the highest outmigration of this age froup in all of Canada. Thunder Bay also has the lowest birth rate in all of Canada. If you are a young couple and are planning to raise a family DON'T MOVE here. If you are elderly or nearing your retirement years then Thunder Bay is the perfect retirement community for you to move to. Early statistics show that by 2006 TWO THIRDS(67%) of Thunder Bay's population will be 60 and over. If your YOUNG don't move here. If your older then yes move here and help our community turn into a Ghost Town of which it is thanks to the older population. In conclusion I leave you with this thought...how can a community survive, progress or see growth when all there is is an older generation who can't have kids and live only 20-30 years? Thank you for your time and I hope this has given you a REALITY CHECK!

NameW
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CommentsHi,

the site of Thunder Bay is informativ. I like the informations about Thunder Bay.


NameNorthern Light
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CommentsGreetings from Beautiful British Columbia, better know as "Bring Cash". Nice website, thanks for all the info, see you in August .... and who knows what the future may hold.

NameJo
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CommentsMy friend is in Thunder Bay at the minute, i miss him so plz send him home!!! Lotsa love from Northern Ireland, UK. xx

NameSandi (McGlashing)McIntyre
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CommentsDoing family genealogy on grandmothers side of the family. She was Ella May Camerson b. Chester Basin,N.S. She had a brother Gordon Ellison Cameron lived in Fort William (as Thunder Bay was known) in the 1940's have some of his old letters - lived at 408 E. Brock St. I believe. Wife Dolly and at that time one son I think Gordon. Have lost him for the past 40 years - trying to find information on the above. Thanks. Sandi USA

NameByron Glisson Jr.
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CommentsI lived in Thunder Bay for three years, I loved every minute of it. I live my native Georgia USA right now, but I hope to return to Thunder Bay soon

NameMike Lenz
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NameRita Junas
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CommentsWould love to know more about living in Thunderbay, we want to move.

NameRita Junas
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CommentsMy daughter (Halie) and I were up there visiting with friends about a year or two ago and have considered moving to Thunderbay. People are wonderful and Thunderbay itself is Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!

NameMonique Danis
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CommentsIt's hard to believe that I have been gone for over 20 years but still love the time I spent there. It is a great city to live in.

NameAmber Schouten
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CommentsGood Site! it's very useful...but i need more information that has to do with geography. i'm a grade 8 student and need all the help i can get on these kinds of things! thanks alot!!

Namekrankenversicherung
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CommentsThis site is very useful. Keep up this excellent work - very good. krankenversicherung here it is krankenversicherung thank you.

NameCliff&Kathy MacDonald
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Comments Lived in Murillo Ontario from 76-78
My husband (Cliff) worked in the Nickel mines . We lived in an old farm house. Our neighbors were Phyllis and Eldon Gray.Lorne Mayor and his brother worked with Cliff in the mines. Just trying to get in touch, for old time sake. Loved it there , wish we didn't have to leave . Happy to find this site!! If anyone could help us ,please e-mail Kathy ...Thank-you

NameWebmaster
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CommentsThis guestbook is for those visiting this site to leave their comments and views... good or bad... about both the site and Thunder Bay. The opinions are those of their authors and not necessarily those expressed by ThunderBayNet.com. If you are attempting to contact lost friends then see our TB'ers Reunited Section. If you wish to advertise items for sale or want, or anything else linked locally to Thunder Bay then post in the relevant Free Classified Section elsewhere on the site. This site will allow both positive and negative feedback to be displayed, as we believe in freedom of speech. thank you for visiting

NameJanssens
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CommentsHey there Thunder Bay Miss Ya!
To all of the people I grew up with there in TBay, just wanted to say hello. To those I didn't know, how ya doing, just the same.
To those that moved from T-Bay, like me, don't you regret moving? I know I did.
what an awseome place.
Take care all! God Bless!

NameReality Check
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CommentsOnce again here I am reading about all these people that have lived in Thunder Bay and have left. Once again if you loved it so much why did you leave? In addition you all need a serious reality check. What do you call a city that has a Casino and Call Centres as their main employers? What do you call a city that has 67% of their population that is 55 years of age and over? What do you call a city that has the highest percentage of outmigration of young people in all of Canada? What do you call a city that is proud of their redneck mentality? The only thing that is progressive about Thunder Bay is one thing...the breathtaking scenery. If your coming to visit Thunder Bay for just that then I say welcome but please spend a lot of money because our economy desperately needs it. If your coming for any other reason please email me and I'd love to be your tour guide and show you the real Thunder Bay. Lastly for all you people that add to this guestbook don't bother. If you lost your friends because you moved away tough cookies. You can't have your cake and eat it too. Once again you need to get a reality check and need to get out of your fantasy world.

Namemark phox scott
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Commentslived in bay till 77 went to ogden then mckeller then northwood with rick green and randy cruz now living in langly bc doing restoration and test flying of aircraft for museum of flight check out our website any eastenders out there leaveme a message will check back latter

Namesimo Paananen
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CommentsI have lived in Port Arther till it changed to Thunder Bay from 1960 to 1991 when I moved to Finland. I have 7 brothers and sisters and a mother there. Now I live in Finland. I miss the fishing and the great out doors where I mostly lived while doing logging work.

Nameshen-hai won
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Commentsjust addind to say this site really needs some work. maybe not some but a lot signed, shen-hai won

Nameshen-hai won
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Commentsi was doing a project for school and i came to this site to help me but there was nothing i could use please do something it.

NameJames Larson Formly Jimmy Schnob
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CommentsI guess this is like a message in a bottle... I'm 67 and am looking to find a Rene Adams who went to Ft Collegiate... anyone knowing of her would love to hear from you... Like I say a message in a bottle

NameDebbie Gaynor
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CommentsWell.... I never lived in TB... but ^^; My name is Deborah Gaynor... ^^;

NameGary McCaig
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CommentsLived in Port Arthur from 1939 until 1959. Attended Pine Street and St. James elementary schools, and P.A.T.S. for part of the '51 - '52 year. Still in touch with close friends John T. Markall and his wife Lucy, and Mother - in - law Catherine Podd.

NameEero Hoffren
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CommentsMooved to Port Arthur when I was nine in the year of 1958 and left 1963. I visited there in the summer 1970. Now I'm living in finland. I would like to visit Thunder Bay. I only have good memories of the place.

Namejacqueline
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Commentsi live in thunder bay and im only 11 theres nuthing to do

NameMelissaa
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CommentsYour Site should have an UPDATED picture os the wards in Thunder Bay!

NameTerri
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CommentsI use to visit your forum once in a while and now I cant seem to find it. Maybe if it was easier to find on the main page it would get more of a turnout. Just my two cents :) Still enjoy browsing the rest though.

NameAdmin
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CommentsLarry why not try posting on our TBers Reunited pages in the community section and including an email address where old friends can get in touch with you

NameLarry Shewchuk
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CommentsI moved away from Thunder Bay several years ago.I now live in Minnisota,U.S.A.Most of my imediate family still reside in T. Bay.I grow up in Fort William.I go back to visit my family now and then and drive there to pick up my mother to bring her back here for Christmas and summers!I truly miss the fishing and the wilderness.It's very hard to find a lake or wooded area that someome do not live on here!The reason I live here now,is because I married a beautiful girl from here!I never have much time to visit the city when I do come back to T. Bay,but I sure would like to hear from some old friends!!!I don't know where anyone lives anymore or what they are doing!It would be nice to visit some of my friends from the days!!!I'll check back on this site at a later date to see if anyone remembers!Great times and memories!!!!!

NameLesley Anne
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Comments I was very impressed with your web site..I grew up in Thunder Bay, and left in 1973...after all these years, I still call it home. It is wonderful to come back and visit , and see the changes which have taken place...a beautiful, and friendly city..Home is where the heart is.

Nameryan
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Commentsi LOVE THUNDER BAY I WAS JUST THERE LAST WEEK VISITING MY AUNT AND UNCLE AND COUSINS WHILE I WAS THERE I GOT CAUGHT UP IM VOLEENTERING IN THE WALL MART M.S. BBQ IT WAS A BLAST AND THUNDER BAY WILL BE A SHORT TEN HOUR DRIVE FROM TIMMINS WERE I LIVE P.S. THE PROSPECTOR ROCKS

NameDan Etter
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CommentsHello, Long shot...I lived in beautiful T.Bay from 1971-89. Now live in Edmonton AB. I Went to Churchill High.I have been Looking for an old friend > Phil Cotter (brother Jamie / father Frank)for years but cannot locate where abouts. Any other old friends who recognize me-please contact me anytime. Look forward to it. Nice web-site...keep up good work!

NameSheree
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CommentsLived in TB many years ago, in the seventies, and have fond memories of the Cascades, Hazelwood, where I worked for a summer in '77, the skiiing, both downhill and cross-country. It was truly a most beautiful place. I really miss "The Lakehead" and the rock!

NameDamienCJK
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CommentsJust Spamming a Great Webhosting Site... www.webkore.com Have a good one folks.

NameLys
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Commentsu forgot to put bowling in things things to do in thunder bay aand there should b more things in that box thingy

NameBailley
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CommentsHey Thunder bay!! wats up?? i used to live there...i lived there for 12 years but I just moved to Los Angeles California!! I am currently in the studio recording my bands first demo, so as soon as im not so busy ill be back to visit!! i love u!!

Namenatasha yahyahkeekoot
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Commentshi thunder bay I well me natasha and my family lived there befor now i live in saskatoon but what can i say i miss thunder bay i love it out there and maybe ill move out there againe but i miss it!.....:) whats up to all my bros out there peace jocelyn!...........

Namenatasha yahyahkeekoot
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Commentshi thunder bay I well me natasha and my family lived there befor now i live in saskatoon but what can i say i miss thunder bay i love it out there and maybe ill move out there againe but i miss it!.....:)

Namejune
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CommentsLooking for the Browndale guest book? Anyone know the correct link. Thanks

NameJack Moran
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CommentsMany wonderful years in Fort William

NameMichele Harvey
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CommentsVisited Thunder Bay three times in 2003. Will return 6-04 to visit friends and family. I love Thunder Bay.

NameRob Wilms
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CommentsOk, I made a mistake myself. You were talking about somebody else about Winnipeg and other stuff. Sorry about that, but still I believe that your oppinion is a bit overreacted.

NameRob Wilms
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CommentsHey mr/mrs Get a reality check!!! First of all... maybe you should read my post a bit better!!! I was in TB as a tourist and I never lived there. Only been there for a couple of day's and in those day's I met some very friendly people and had good and intelligent conversations there. I was an exchange student in the United States and wanted to visit Canada to try to see the differences. I'm not a REDNECK as you suggest I am. You suggest that Rednecks attract Rednecks. Well i believe that nice people also attrackt nice people too ;). For me as a Dutch guy the views and country is so much different then at home. The people were very interessted in the differences and even invited me at their place for a drink. (never met them before) And if i wanted i could stay for the night at their place. That's what i call hospitality. No redneck stories!! Positive thinking is a suggestion from me to you. Rednecks in your words are everywhere. Even in the Netherlands or in the rest of Europe. The only differnce is that we call them different. My experience was good in TB. So please.... Don't come up with your negative stories. It's what you make of your life. I'm glad for you that you moved to the South of the US. Lots of Rednecks over there. Enjoy it!! And i know that in 10 day's you don't get a real idea of a city, but i had a good time there with some international friends of me. And TB was a realy good experience for me. Never been to your nice Winnipeg but indeed heard good stories about it. (from the 'Rednecks' I met there and still have contact with) And if you are so glad you moved away from TB... why are you searching for TB on the internet? getting homesick?? Well to all you 'redneck' TB people. I still have good memories and probably visit again sometime. Take care and bye bye from Europe's biggest redneck country.. Holland ;) Rob

NameGarry Taylor
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CommentsMay 4 04. 1:11am Just found this site.Left T.B. 1972 atended Gron Morgan. Would like to here from those I knew or that remember me, boy was that a long time ago. I'm in Red Deer AB. Hey, thanks for the sight.

NameRea
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CommentsI was born in T Bay but only lived there '95-'96 and went to St Pat's. I met a lot of great friends there and now I'm wondering how they are. Sorry for not keeping in touch. But if you reconize my name, email me. Esp if you are Dan or Marissa. Loved the site. Made my mouth water when someone mentioned Persians. Yum

NameGet A Reality Check
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CommentsI was surfing the net and came across your website. I am to say the least amazed at the fountain of misinformation and dense comments on it. Here are a few examples: "Greetings from The Netherlands. I realy loved the city. Met some very nice and interesting people, beautiful nature, good nightlife. I only stayed for a couple of days but my first impression is great." Rob I'll agree with you that our city of Thunder Bay is very scenic and we do offer some very beautiful views of the lake. You met some very nice and interesting people? Well I never knew REDNECKS were nice people. Last time I checked they were the most ignorant type of class of people. Good nightlife? Our pathetic excuse for taverns aka "bars" is not what I call a good nightlife. Come and stay for a week or two and you'll see what I am talking about clearly! "Hi, there to all you tb people. I was born therein 71 left 1979. Moved to Winnipeg miss being there in tb." So you moved to Winnipeg and miss Thunder Bay. Does that make any sense at all. Winnipeg has more job opportunities and more things to do and you miss Thunder Bay where the people are ignorant and there is no economic growth? "I lived there from 1979 to 1985, I very much enjoyed it there, I have been there to visit every other year since, one of the most beautiful cities in Canada, and some of the nicest people, all the best." The question that begs to be asked is what did you enjoy here? Couldn't have been much. The other question that's just crying to be asked is if you loved it so much why did you leave? Nicest people? Oh you must love them REDNECKS! Are you one? Only a REDNECK can love another REDNECK! "I think Thunder Bay looks like a beautiful place to live. I would love to visit some day." By all means please visit. I'll bet you that after a week you'll be dying from one of two things. The boredom or from laughing at the ignorant REDNECKS! "I'm very interested in finding a chat room for Thunder Bay not sure how to get there could someone let me know? much appreciated" Well there is a Thunder Bay chat room online. 2 last time I heard but they are filled with drug dealers, rednecks, kids, drug addicts, wife beaters etc etc. By all means join and feel welcome!! "Hello from Calgary. Left Thunder Bay in 1994. Sure do miss all the family and friends back home, also the water, bush, Dog lake May long weekends. Would like to here from anyone living in Calgary or Thunder Bay. Chow!!!!!!" In Calgary and miss Thunder Bay? Are you nuts?? It sounds like you are a REDNECK and miss doing REDNECK things. You can move to a different place but you can never take the REDNECK out of them! "This town sucks" Finally an intelligent and honest answer and posting. KUDOS! "Hey T Bay!! too bad it doesn't depict the East End thugs! I left T Bay 11 years ago and no way in hell am I moving back!!!" That's 2 for 2. WOW! AMAZING! Honesty is always the best policy. "The city is rotting from the inside out. Nice town to live in, great views, but come on the population is going up but these people dont pay tax. What we have here is a brain drain, but officals could have seen this for miles, if they were not out for their own good. Only time will tell what will happen, but if you are ready to retire and like pow wows, don't go far its rite under your nose." 3 for 3. This is INCREDIBLE! Nice town to live in? In what sense? If you mean the scenic views YES but if your talking about the ignorant racists aka REDNECKS then NO! The population is going up? Ummm no it's actually going down fast! Down to 98,000 last time I checked from 127,000 a few years ago. Brain drain is very accurate. All the people with a brain left town years ago. That's why this town, sorry it's not a city, should be renamed REDNECK BAY! "Moved from thunder bay in feb 2003 to b.c. with my husband for work its nice to see a good web site.miss all the old freinds and family back there.good luck everyone." You first did a smart thing then you said something totally moronic. Go outside or get in your car and go see BC instead of crying about this god forsaken city. "Moved to Los Angeles area in 1960 and have not been back in 27 years." Good for you! You did something right so forget about this city that is unless you still are a REDNECK! "I was brought up in Thunder Bay and moved away to Houston Texas 14 years ago" You are in Houston Texas. The fastest growing city in the USA and in the top ten in the world. Is it that hard to take the REDNECK out of you. I stand correct it it. You are in TEXAS!! You were brought up in the right place so your transition is only natural! "was brought up in Thunder Bay. I had lived there for about 25 years. Then moved out west" You did something right by moving to BC and your still crying for Thunder bay. Buddy you need a REALITY CHECK! It's so funny all these people move out of Thunder Bay and then cry they love it where. What the HELL is to love here. Are you people all blind and ignorant. No wait you can't be because you did something intelligent and left. Maybe you have been gone so long that you have forgotten how bad it is to live here. Maybe you have forgotten how bad the economic times are here. You all need to take a serious REALITY CHECK or go seek some deep psychological counseling.

NameSheri
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CommentsThanks for the memories! Left TBay in 89...Miss Coney Island sauce, Persians and fresh pickeral..miss the northern lights and warm nights in the summer...don't miss the smell of the mill!!

NamemyGMsucks.com
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Commentsi loved this site, wanna see my personal site? http://www.mygmsucks.com

NameRob Wilms
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CommentsHi there,

Greetings from The Netherlands.
I visited Thunderbay twice in Oktober and November last year during my studyexchange in Wisconsin USA. And I realy loved the city. Met some very nice and interesting people, beautiful nature, good nightlife. Took lots of pictures and have some enlargements on the wall :) I only stayed for a couple of days but my first impression is great. So i'm certainly coming back some time. Take care and de groetjes "greets" from The Netherlands.

Rob Wilms

NameB Meservier
Emailbar_mes@msn.com, musurfer@hotmail.com
CommentsDon't get a chance to visit very often, do enjoy the photos so post some more.

NameDenise M Cook
EmailDenise MC@shaw.ca
CommentsHi, there to all you tb people. I was born therein 71 left 1979. Moved to Winnipeg miss being there tb.Hope to find old old friends from the eastend area i lived on MacIntosh st. have two brothers Rory Arent(rocky) Kenny Arent.Went to the school and church on macintoch st. Looking for a guy named Shawn. I was his partner for comunion ther was a picture of it i was the only girl with a short dress on that was white and i had brown shoes on.So if anyone has this old photo. write a line or two.

NameBrenda Joudrey
Emailbljoudrey@sympatico.ca
CommentsLived there from 1979 to 1985, I very much enjoyed it there, I have been there to visit every other year since, one of the most beautiful cities in Canada, and some of the nicest people, all the best.

Nametaralee
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Commentslook at this!
www.taraleeart.ca.tt
thanks a bunch

Namepat
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CommentsHey I went to selkirk any1 member me

NameLouise
Emailwww.kazzade@msn.com
CommentsHi, I have a great auntie named Rhona who lives in thunder bay, im Louise, Karens daughter, if you read this, i think Thunder bay looks like a beautiful place to live. I would love to visit some day.

NameSue Scanlan
Emailssue29115701@aol.com
CommentsMy dads brother left England to live in Thunder Bay. His name was Charles Felton and he married a lady called Lottie. I remember writing to her over 20 years ago in West Amelia Street.

Does anyone know them? I would love to know if I have any Canadian cousens!

NameEsther
Emailesther_19792003@yahoo.co.uk
CommentsHi I'm Esther. I had the privilege of visiting Thunder Bay for 3 months during the summer of 2000. I had a fantastic time and would hope to visit again in the future.

NameBill Derkin
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CommentsRyan, the guy just below me said it perfect!!!!!

Namepattibaby
Emailsillykitty666@hotmail.com
Commentsim very interested in finding a chat room for thunder bay not sure how to get there could someone let me know?
much appreciated

NameANDREW GUERARD
Emailaguerard@telusplanet.net
CommentsHello from Calgary. Left Thunder Bay in 1994. Sure do miss all the family & friends back home, also the water, bush, Dog lake May long weekends. Would like to here from anyone living in Calgary or Thunder Bay. Chow!!!!!!

Name ryan
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CommentsThis town sucks

NameDave Sanders
Emailnativehunter@sympatico.ca
CommentsHey T Bay!! Awesome site, too bad it doesn't depict the East End thugs! I left T Bay 11 years ago, and do kinda miss me ol friends!! Anybody who recognizes the name (I went ta St Pat's, kinda) and doesn't hold a grudge, feel free to contact me!! Peace, and no way in hell am I moving back!!!

NameRenegade
Emailrenegadetattoo@hotmail.com
CommentsThis is an excellent website. I grew up in Thunder Bay and to look at the pictures of Nanabijou on the site bring back a flood of memories! And the stories are very close to what I remember also. Thank you I enjoyed looking at your site.
Renegade www.renegadetattoo.ca

NameHey There
Emailscubasteve@hotmail.com
CommentsCool site. But the city is rotting from the inside out. Nice town to live in, great views, but come on the population is going up but these people dont pay tax. What we have here is a brain drain, but officals could have seen this for miles, if they were not out for their own good. Only time will tell what will happen, but if you are ready to retire and like pow wows, don't go far its rite under your nose.

NameJeff Mcdougall
EmailJeffrey.mcdougall@elpaso.com
CommentsGreetings from Aruba. Any Thunder Bay'ites recognize my name, drop me an email......

Stay warm!

Nametoni
Emailtonschmidt@msn.com
Commentsmoved from thunder bay in feb 2003 to b.c. with my husband for work its nice to see a good web site.miss all the old freinds and family back there.good luck everyone.

Namearnie swanson
Emailarnie@swansondrywall.ca
CommentsHave really enjoyed TBNET the last few years!I went to school at Current Riverschool then for a while at Lakeview High.Hung around the Halsteads,Brian Mitchell,Ari Alander,Pia Houvanen to name a few!
Love to hear from somebody, it"s been a long time since I've seen anybody I knew from there.

NameKristy
EmailKrazy_mist@hotmail.com
CommentsHey I think that your website is great. But i think that you should add history about ontario or maybe even Westfort. You should make history of Thunder bay. What happens if kids need that special websoite for the history of Thunder Bay?

NameHollister Hyatt
Emailhhyatt@shaw.ca
CommentsI lived in Thunder Bay many years ago and still miss its beauty. I don't get back very often but when I do I truly enjoy the sunsets and the friendly people.

Great Web Site, Keep up the excellent work.

NameBryan Howland
Emailbryanhowland@adelphia.net
CommentsI was born in 1945 on the Fort William side. Went to St Mary's and Selkirk.

Moved to Los Angeles area in 1960 and have not been back in 27 years.

I have not heard from my father George Henry "Harry" Howland since 1981, don't think he is still living, but would appreciate any information on where he is, where he was, or where he's buried. I need to close the book and perhaps have one last visit, wherever that may be.

On a lighter side,life's good, my wife, kids and dog love me and I don't have to plug my car in during winter(however in Los Angeles there's a 50/50 chance it will be stolden or at least shot at).

If anyone out there remembers me, thinks they remember me, or are just plain bored, e-mail me.

bryanhowland@adelphia.net

Regards

Bryan

NameKathy Pegoraro
Emailsimoneaux10@netscape.com
CommentsI was brought up in Thunder Bay and moved away to Houston Texas 14 years ago. Nice to see a web site from home. hi to everyone!

Namesherry wildbore(diamond starr)
Emailwildchildforevr@aol.com
CommentsI was brought up in Thunder Bay. I had lived there for about 25 years. Then moved out west...I'll tell you one thing though....its nice out here in B.C but nothing at all beats home. Its just as beautiful there too. :)

NameDave W.
Emaildaveweiser@prodigy.net
CommentsI love being in Thunderbay. I am from Saint Paul, Minnesota. USA.
I consider Thunderbay my second home.
Everyone is so friendly there.
PEACE

NameDIANA M ROBERTSON
Emaildiana.m.robertson@btopenworld
CommentsI AM TRYING TRACE MY GRANDMOTHERS BROTHERS FAMILY JUST TO SAY HELLO THE LAST INFORMATION I'VE GOT IS HIS GRANDSON HAD A CAR COMPANY IN T.B. HIS NAME IS DONALD DOW JR. IF ANYONE CAN HELP I'D LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU DIANA.M.ROBERTSON.

NameBill Vester
Emailbill.v@shaw.ca
CommentsTruly a great city.I'm from Tbay,Hammersjkold High area dating back in the early 70's.Ring a bell?Let me know!

NameBruce Reynolds
Emaililleagle100@hotmail.com
CommentsWill visit again in Sept.03. Havn't been there since 1973. Enjoyed the visit then and will,I'm sure enjoy the planned visit again.

Namerebecca annne louise cairns
Emailglitterfaery14@hotmail.com
Commentsthunder bay looks beautiful ,i hope all who live there dont let that fact go unnoticed

NameJEAN-GUY
Emailbuddymeg@sympatico.ca
CommentsTHANK FOR THE MEMORY
WORK IN TB WHEN I WAS WITH THE
canadian coast guard (griffin)
spend a lot of time in dry dock
NICE WEB SITE
MERCI













ADIAN COAST GUARD (GRIFFIN)

NameBecky Forrester
Emailr_forrester18@hotmail.com
CommentsI have been visiting Thunder Bay for many years,my sister had a farm just outside town in Murillo,and have many happy memories of all round Thunder Bay area,my mother was Granma Scottie to all our kids there.

Namenick bornemann
Emailventurenick2000@yahoo.com
CommentsHi! great site. I am thinking about moving to Thunder Bay, all the way from Two Rivers, Wisconsin!

NameKaija Oksanen
Emailvettenut@shaw.ca
CommentsNice to see a good site for my old hometown. Grew up in Port Arthur after emigrating from Finland and left in '72 for Manitoba and now B.C. Would be interested in hooking up with anyone from the Arts & Science 5 year course at Hillcrest starting in 1965.

NameWhite Legends
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CommentsVisit White Legends...Northern Ontario's ONLY metal label & distro!!

NamePaul A Knight
Emailpknight@xtra.co.nz
CommentsLeft TB in 1970 for New Zealand. Been back once in 77. Great memeories from Pine St and Hillcrest High. Would like to hear from anyone who remembers me or can put me in touch with same. Go the Colts!!!!!
Kind regards and hellos
Paul Knight

Namecolette beauchamp (gobillot)
Emailcolette beauchamp@personainternet.com
CommentsHi
Just passing through again.I'm coming home again after 16-17years.I'm bringing my husband to show him where I grew up.I can't wait will be there at the end of August.Things sure look different though I think I'll bring a map ha! Was hoping to find some old friends before I get there. Would love to hear from you's.

colette

NameJim Larson
Emailappledupling1@shaw.ca
Commentsappledupling2@shaw.ca is incorrect its appledupling1@shaw.ca

NameJim Larson
Emailappledupling2@shaw.ca
CommentsPlanning on coming to Thunderbay Ontario... July 2003. Plan on staying two to four weeks.. need a bed only.. can anyone help.
Thanks In Advance ,,,, Jim

NameJim Laron
Emailappledupling2@shaw.ca
Comments

Namechris holma
Email
Commentsgreat site, check mine out too. www.holmasfitness.com

Namechris holma
Emailwww.holmasfitness.com
Commentsgreat site, check mine out too.

Namejeff deatherage
Emailjeff47amale@hotmail.com
Commentswhoever got all this information is a really good

NameSheila
EmailPALLOXXI@AOL.COM
CommentsMaybe someone can give me some help, My dad brother moved from NFLD way back when, and all contact was lost of him. His name was John (JOE) Griffin, he was born in 1907,,we just found an old letter from him stating that he was in Port Arthur at that time. and it states that he worked for CIVIC EMPLOYEES FEDERAL UNION NO. 58 AND WAS THE FINANCIAL SECRETART AND LIVED AT 240 EGAN ST. We know he had a daughter Jacqueline born about 1944. If anyone can help me find this person it would be greatly appericated. thanks much, Great site.
Sheila from FLORIDA

NameSheila
EmailPALLOXXI@AOL.COM
CommentsMaybe someone can give me some help, My dada brother moved from NFLD way back when and all contact was lost of him. His name was John (JOE) Griffin, he was born in 1907,,we just found an old letter from him stating that he was in Port Arthur at that time. aiat states that he worked for CIVIC EMPLOYEES FEDERAL UNION NO. 58 AND WAS THE FINANCIAL SECRETART AND LIVED AT 240 EGAN ST. We know he had a daughter Jacqueline born about 1944. If anyone can help me find this person it would be greatly appericated. thanks much, Great site.
Sheilafrom FLORIDA

NameDrew
Emailemail@changinglinks.com
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NameMike Swaim
Emailmike.swaim@sumcousa.com
CommentsUsed to live in T-Bay in the 70's(wow) and attended Hammerskjold/Hillcrest Highs in the Port Arthur area ! Had some great times there and miss a few people. Alan Baker,Dave Lushney,Adam Baralyk?,Robert Badeau?,Dana Gleason-married now and the list could go on. If ya know any of these peole could ya let them knwo I am looking for them.

Thanks,

Mike

Namelillian barrie
Emailltcole@mymailstation.com
CommentsLeft TB 1969 for USA, Presently retired in Yuma,AZ 920/345-9271. Would like to keep in touch with old Junior Farmer (Stanley) friends, old Vocational friends. Am enroute to TB (air) Tuesday 3/11 to celebrate our birthday with my twin Ron Barrie.

NameShannon McGee
Emailcaseherz@rogers.com
CommentsHi everyone I'm also from T-B grow up there, moved away in 99 when I get home sick ,I really like the fact that at a push of a button I can "visit" home, miss it there! Great site, keep up the good work!

~Shannon McGee~

NameSteven Guardino
Emailsenor_canadiense@yahoo.com
CommentsHey, I hope there are more Thunder Bay sites because we need to see more pics and learn more about this city. Also want to inform people that professional wrestler Vampiro (Ian Hodgkinson) is a native of Thunder Bay, Ontario. Vampiro became an overnight sensation in Mexico's EMLL and has wrestled in WCW (in the U.S.) as well as in All Japan (in Japan). He's also played junior hockey for Kingston and was a bodyguard for Milli Vanilli. He currently lives in Guadalajara, Mexico with his wife and daughter ands still wrestles for EMLL.

NameElyssa Pustina
Emailusachick28@hotmail.com
CommentsHey, nice site. I live i Thunder bay and this is just so cool.

NameJoe D. Mitchell
EmailVIKINGJDM@worldnet.att.net
CommentsBorn in Port Arthur Nov 5th, 1941
left as a baby. Natural mother died
when I was 1 1/2 years old. Have a
sister living there. Never have seen
the city, but still consider it my
hometown.

Namedoris smith
Emaildoriss50@hotmail.com
CommentsWhat an interesting and beautiful web page. Thank you from one of the southerners.

NameJohn K. Filion
Emailscrewloose64@hotmail.com
CommentsHi I made a Browndale Group site. It's groups.msn.com/browndalethunderbay IF you'er looking for it sign

NameJim Larson
Emailappledupling1@shaw.ca
CommentsHope to hear a reply.. think this is a great way to contact old pals.. Jim

NameJim Larson
Emailappledupling1@shaw.ca
CommentsIts now 1:40 pm Monday Dec 16/2002. again saying hello to all.. anyone in 50's time slot.. do say hello.. would enjoy hearing from that time frame. Jim

NameJim Larson
Emailappledupling1@shaw.ca
CommentsLived in old Fort William.. original name Schnob.. wish to contact any old St.Pats guys or gals.. just discovered this route.. someone please reply..would enjoy hearing from anyone... Jim

NameMcKenzie
Emailmckenzie_eskdale@hotmail.com
CommentsI'm originally from Thunder Bay, but this summer I moved to Regina, SK. I'm doing a presentation on the Bay and your site really helped a lot! Thanks!
~Kenzie

NameEric McClain
EmailEDraven101@aol.com
CommentsKeep up the good work.

NameLois Savill
Emaillasavill@yahoo.com
CommentsWhat a joy to find this site...I hope I can reacquaint with some old friends from Port Arthur....

Namewaylon lyon
Emailwaylonlm@hotmail.com
Commentskeep up the good work,the site is nice I like it keep up the good work

NameJoe D. M
EmailVIKINGJDM@worldnet.att.net
CommentsI look forward to visiting yours (&
my) hometown. Was born in Port Arthur in '41, left shortly thereafter, and have not been back
since, but have always had a strong
desire to do so. Have a great day.

NameColette Beauchamp
Emailcbeauchamp@personainternet.com
CommentsHi, my maiden name is Gobillot. I was born and raised in Thunder Bay and moved away when I was 15. I'm looking for my old friend's. Use to live at 630 North Edward Street.I'm 39 now and I live in Sudbury,Ontario. I'm hoping someone will remember me. Love your site!!!!!!!!

Colette

NameWebmaster
Email
CommentsVery Nice Site! Please check out mine at www.northswap.com Northwestern Ontario's own Online SHOP-N-SWAP

NameTom BURNS
Emailtmburns@optushome.com.au
CommentsFormer resident of Thunder Bay,(Westfort) now living in Ringwood East, Victoria Australia (TB guests always welcome).

Attended St. Ann's and Westgate. Parents, Sisters and Brothers still living in Thunder Bay.

Travelled around Canada some years before eventually ending up in Australia. Now running my own business but until last year was a Sgt with Victoria Police, Organised Crime Squad, in charge of Intelligence for Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs and Middle Eastern Crime. Had a great time as a copper but now enjoying a different life style.

Travelling to Thunder Bay on 06NOV2002, on business. Would U bel;eive that in looking for a particular product supplier, the company turns out to be in Thunder Bay.

NameTom BURNS
Emailtmburns@optushome.com.au
CommentsJust an old resident dropping in for a look. Like to keep in touch with my home town

NameRojer
Emailnone@none.com
CommentsGood work


NameMaureen Lacey
Emailmmd290@ameritech.net
CommentsWe don't know what we have until it is gone. Moved away in 1979 and miss the beauty of the city. Went to FWCI and Con College. in the 70's

NameLouise McCann
Emaillouisemccann146@hotmail.com
CommentsVery good website with quite a few pictures. Am pleased. Well done!

NameStephen Baker
Emailbaker1@hotmail.com
CommentsHi I am from Northen Ireland

NameFiona Cusack
Emailf_cusack@hotmail.com
CommentsUr site is really good. I was wondering if ne 1 could give me info on all the hot spots in thunderbay at the moment as i am going over on Oct 25th '02. It would be greatly appreciated.

Thankyou


NameAmit Ram
Emailamit_rambo@hotmail.com
Commentsi sahll be coming over on the 25th October and this site has gave me a valuable insight to your city

Namejohn k,
Emailscrewloose64@hotmail.com
CommentsHi i lived in thunderbay in 1974 to 75. like to hear from anyone that knew me.

NameLynn
Emailfoxyfolky@yahoo.com
CommentsI grew up in TB and visited for the first time in 29 years in Oct 2001 to meet my bio mother for the first time. I sure do miss it. I would like to reconnect with some of my old friends....Debbie Gaynor, Shelley MacMillan, Joel Myryylainen. I'm thinking of moving back if the right career opportunity opens up. I went to PACI, St Ignatius, CD Howe, St Bernards, lived on Robinson Drive and at the corner of Secord and Dufferin (Marino's Grocery, my grandfather owned it). My dad Gerry managed the Jordan Wine Store on Cumberland. Would like to hear from anyone who knew me or my family.

NameDrew
Emailemail@changinglinks.com
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NameGeorge Briggs
Emailgbassociates@msn.com
CommentsHave just viewed you web site - its very good as it reminded me of the many good days I spent in your City, with my friends from NEC - Glen Burton and Carol Rusak + their families. I have visited T Bay 8 times and hope to be back soon George Briggs, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Namestyxer
Emailoo444yahoo.ca
CommentsI wanted 2 know if you'll ever have a bulletin board instead of a chat rm. I'd prefer that instead. :)

NameMonica Copeman (nee Bommes)
Email
CommentsLived in Thunder Bay all my life. Went to Holy Cross. Then to P.A.C.I. |Just moved to Wales, in the United Kingdom, and miss the big T Bay hi to Tina and Family. Stay cool bye

NameDrew Vass
Emaildrew_2u@hotmail.com
CommentsAwesome site you have here. Easy to navigate and full of neat stuff. Thanks for the memory tweak!

Namedavid
Emailfluter@mailpuppy.com
CommentsI was in the bay for 3 months in summer 2000 and really enjoyed my time there. The ppl r really friendly and r a credit to thunder bay. Some day i would love to go back and c all my friends that i met there and to c the city at night again from the look out post that is my lasting memory. anyone in thunder bay who wants to e mail me can im 20 m northern ireland

Namejohn k, filion
Emailscrewloose64@hotmail.com
CommentsHI i'm john i lived in 1974-75 in group home. i'm thinking of making a reunion web site for browndale group homes. any photo's, info would help. emil me with anything you mite have thank's.

Namemelissa
Emailmmacdougall@dccnet.com
CommentsI just stop at this site out of hopes I would find a lost son, I am a search angel looking for Darryl Lawerence McCulloch June 22 1976 in Thunderbay, he was adopted by a couple in Thunderbay

NameJordan
Emailjordoe_28@hotmail.com
CommentsHi, I live in Thunder Bay now. Only 12 years old but I really take pride of where I live. This site is really cool and its nice to see some pics of the Sleeping Giant. Persians and skiing is what I like most about this city. Hope to live here 4ever. This is a great site!!

Namejodie
Emailjodieg2k1@hotmail.com
Commentsgud site! jodie woz yur living in wales n shoutin out 2 all da ppl in cannada!!!! wot's up!!!!

NameVictoria
Emailjamcav@tbaytel.net
Commentsthis site is the best!!!!!!!!!

NameAshlee knorr
Email
CommentsI like the x-files. I'm moving to Nashville TN in july!! :(

NameGIllianAnrson
Email
Comments

NameShamus
EmailIamasweety@hotmail.com
CommentsWhere is My neopets link?!!!!

Namedan lebouthillier
Emaildancleb@aol.com.
Commentshi t-bay i miss home but glad i left.i really miss the snow
bye richmond va.

NameKim Simpson
Emailmisskim27@aol.com
Commentshello thunder bay !!
kim simpson - new orleans la

NameBenTX
Email
Commentssays hi

NameAlbert Manaigre
Emailalandellie@img.net
CommentsLoved your pictures as it brought back lots of nice memories. Born and raised in West Fort and went to St Martins then to Selkirk. Left in early 60,s and now live in Oliver BC.
Sure miss the place.Hope to visit next year.

NameJeannette Denby [nee Verhoeven]
Emailkdenby@moosenet.net
CommentsJust happened to come upon this site , and it brought a lot of memories back. Keep up the great work. Nice pictures.
I went to St. James School, and to Lakeview High.
Would like to chat with whomever I knew back then. Still have some family living there and always is nice coming back home.
Take care.

NameJohn Hughes
Emailchapple@rogers.com
CommentsI, as others, loved the web site, the memories flooded back in. Left in 1989, went to Lakeview, which I hear no longer exists

Namesandy buchanan
Emailtippytoe@idirect.com
Commentsgreat site and lovely pictures.I lived three short years 57-60 in port arther but most memorable yrs of my life graduated Pine st School and started high at Hillcrest.now live in hamilton but would love to see this great city!

NameMark Ahtila
Emailrannunzi@nycap.rr.com
CommentsHey there Thunder Bay, how ya doin'
Great site, love to find anything I can about "back Home"

Mark in NY.

NameTracy Tallari
Emailtltallari@rogers.com
CommentsAs a former resident of Thunder Bay, Ilove to keep in touch with whats going on there . Another great site you have here!!!

NameHeather
Email
CommentsWent to school at Selkirk High. Really enjoyed the web site. Will look at it again.

NameJohn K,Filion
Emailscrewloose64@hotmail.com
CommentsHI i am looking for anyone that was at the browndale farm in 1974-75. When i was there to email me.

NameLISA TILLYARD
Emailwoodyard@blueyonder.co.uk
CommentsI WAS BORN IN THUNDER BAY IN '76 AND LEFT IN '84.I AM NOW LIVING IN ENGLAND.WE VISITED FAMILY IN THE BAY LAST YEAR AND IT WAS GREAT.I MEANS ALOT THAT I CAN VISIT AGAIN AT THE TOUCH OF A BUTTON....THANKS!

NameGregory Alexander MacLennan
Emailgmaclen@attglobal.net
Comments

NameRaven
Emailhardyrave@hotmail.com
Commentshi there you thunder-b-ans, just moved from there a year ago... missing the fishing, swimming, camping and of course family and friends, you know who you are!

NameAnne-Mari
Email
CommentsIt almost brings tears to my eyes visiting this site!I lived in TB til I was 11,moved to Finland 19 years ago.My last name was Talakoski back then,anybody remember?Nowadays I´m happily married with 2 sons.I´ll keep visiting this great site!!!

NameJody
EmailJody_Chatman@yahoo.ca
CommentsHi! I have a friend who moved to Thunder Bay approximately 4 years ago. I have lost contact with her and would love to speak to her again, her name is Susan Smith and her daughers name is Jacklin (not sure how to spell it!) She also has a son. Please help me find her! I miss her so much!

NameJerry Roach
Email
CommentsCuriosity brought me to your web site and allowed me to learn about your community. Thank you, maybe some day I'll have the opportunity to visit. (Buffalo, NY)

Nameed styffe
Emailed@wrec.com
CommentsI left in '81 and have not been back since summer '99. Would love to get home more often especially in the summer.
I now live in beautiful Whistler, BC but have fond memories of T Bay.

NameIrma
Emailjamri@mb.sympatico.ca
CommentsGreat site. I left there some 50 years ago but visit often as I still have two sisters living there.
Loved the pictures and the stories.

NameTom Rigg
EmailGrampsto12@hotmail.com
CommentsFor all of those who knew my brother, Bruce. I just want you to know that Bruce passed away on October 15th. I will miss him.

NameShamus Cavner
Emailjamcav@tbaytel.net
CommentsVery cool love it very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NameSonia
Emailfishlarderlake@netscape.net
CommentsWhat a lovely tour!
I found your site through the member directory at Geocities.
I used to live in Thunder Bay,(Port Arthur side, and worked at Hogarth-Westmount. My son and his wife just moved back there last year.
I was quite surprised to see my old house in your pic taken from the park on the front page. We were on Banning St.
I will pass on your site to others I know of that are "Ex-TBers"
Do drop by and sign my guest book?
Larder Lake,Ontario
Have a great day!


NameMay
Emailemaymiles@telus.net
CommentsHi!! I was born in what was then Port Arthur wayyyy back in 1932 on Rockwood Ave. Left there in 1949 to move to Victoria, BC. I was delighted to find the Thunder Bay web site and I visit often. It is one of the best places on the Internet.

NameBernard Harvey
Emailbernieh1@pacbell.net
CommentsI graduated from St. Pat's High School 1956. Have been living in California since 1965. My wife and I visit Thunder Bay often. This is a great web site. Keep up the great work.

NameJim Dixon
Emailsales @chhileheadchiles.com
CommentsGreat looking site. Keep up
the good work.

Namemary
Emailmaroushka268@aol.com
CommentsLooks like a good site....haven't had time to go through the whole thing, but will make time...grew up in TB and really miss it....

NameTom Rigg
EmailGrampsto12@aol.com
CommentsMoved from Port Arthur in 1956. Love looking at the pictures. Hope to retire there.

NameKathy Kenndy
Emailkkennedy@island.net
CommentsThis is a great site!
Born in Thunder Bay and lived there
till I was ten. Kathy Lawrence I was back then. Anyone out there from Francis Street School of the sixties?
Thanks, Kathy

NameRichard Baxter
Emailrichardbaxterkrock@excite.com
CommentsVery coool website Richard Baxter http://pages.infinit.net/baxterdw

NameDon
Emaildpahl@mb.sympatico.ca
CommentsGood site. Keep up the good work.

NameDennis
Emailnwoparamedics@yahoo.ca
CommentsI have to say, this is site is a great source of information and I will definately be posting a link to it on my site. Many of our new Paramedics are from southern Ontario, and this will help them when they are thinking of moving to this area. Keep up the great work!

NameRichard Freed
Emailrafreed@home.com
CommentsJust found this tonight through ThunderBay Source so have not had too much opportunity to look. It is nice to see some of the photos of TBay. Left there 21 years ago and now live in Calgary, which by the way is not on your map of Canada. What is Edmonton anyway? Something like Fort William,Port Arthur and the old Bowl Games!I`ll be back to brouse again.

NameB Meservier
Emaillablues@eatel.net
CommentsLiked the photo gallery...

NameBarb Chaput
Emailchaput@fsj.net
CommentsI love this site. I grew up in Thunder
Bay and left in 1972. This site just
brings back lots of nice memories.
Thanks, Mark.

NameCatrien Vis
Emailcatrien@dbis.ns.ca
CommentsIntersting, family live there, and just was there in the heat. Congradulations

NameHarold Cavner
Emailhcavner@nwon.com
CommentsNice going sweety, looks great.

NameClaraine
Emailhcavner@nwon.com
CommentsA great start. It is nice to see there are people out there who take pride in their city and want everyone to know how beautiful and interesting it is.

NameBob Brown
Emailpepsibobb@swirlingbrain.com
CommentsVery nice website....

NameMark
Email
CommentsThis site would not exist if it were not for a lady who could find no pictures on the web of her city to show me where she lived.
She emailed me some pictures and I put them on the web for everyone to see, the result is the site you now see...which keeps on growing

Nameanne marie
Email
CommentsI have the most overwhelming urge to be the first to sign the guest book. i hope that everyone enjoys it as much as i have enjoyed helping create it. Thank you Mark for all of your assistance

Thanks to everyone who took the time to sign my guestbook!