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Looking North

A different view, looking north up Ouellette Ave.

A few recent post subjects can be seen in this photo. On the right hand side are both the Masonic Temple, and the HMCS Hunter, and on the other side of Ouellette a little further up is Anderson’s Funeral Home.

From this angle, it looks as if Windsor and Detroit are one.

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Also I neglected to post the information about the May blogger meet up, but it was last night.

I would like to welcome My Local Food Blog to the list of links. A new addition to the blog family here in Windsor and Essex County. This one is all about buying local produce in Essex County.

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