Rediscovering Hope's powerful history

Rediscovering Hope's powerful history

There are 2 comments on the Lake Cowichan Gazette story from Feb 17, 2012, titled Rediscovering Hope's powerful history. In it, Lake Cowichan Gazette reports that:

This photo depicts the busy life at the Deco Walton logging camp at the north end of Ross Lake in the 1950s, about a quarter mile from the U.S. border.

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Nestle Waters Ontario

Toronto, Canada

#1 Apr 17, 2012
... upside-down cake, and a broiler dinner. Various local businesses put electrical items on display including a hot water tank, a refrigerator, an electric range, and a mix master.

The event was reported to be a stunning success! By May 1952, the paper ... Comment ?

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Nadine

Toronto, Canada

#2 Apr 18, 2012

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