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Too Quiet on the Prairies

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Banjoe View Drop Down
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    Posted: 04 August 2013 at 16:04
It's way too quiet in Western Canada. There must be something going on somewhere on this big chunk of land filled with Canadians - what's your story?
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I agree - let's hear from some folks!
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I made a nice pot of Gumbo last time I was in Canada.  We also ate plenty of fresh fish (all within legal limits and proper licensing). 
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