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Aggregation of selected recently-updated blogs, news feeds and tweets:

Wednesday October 17, 2018

22:01 Autumn Table »justpictureit
photo - Autumn Table

From Van's new album:

08:32 Five Generations Postcards Became an Early Tourist Promotion »Straitpost - PEI Postcards
Two cards with family photos are among the most well-known of early Prince Edward Island postcards. However, the cards are somewhat of an anomaly.  Published by the Toronto publishers Warwick Bros. and Rutter, the Garden of the Gulf Series of cards more often showed the traditional fare of landscapes and buildings. This is even more … Continue reading "Five Generations Postcards Became an Early Tourist Promotion"
08:08 All about money »Island Musings
I predict the US feds will approve soon.
07:16 October 17 - part 1 »Diary of a Squirrel






06:39 Showers redeveloping this afternoon across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Wednesday, October 17th 6:30am.. A strong fall storm moved across the northern Gulf of St Lawrence yesterday which resulted in the wind and rain. This system is now east located off the east coast of Newfoundland and continues to move … Continue reading
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