Time to Fall in

September 2019

Good things can only last so long, so we must say goodbye to the summer fun and usher in a new season as our kids and grandkids trade-in their flip flops for running shoes and those loose schedules are firmed up lessons and learning.

I’m always amazed at the number of friends that remark how fall is their favourite season, preferring cooler nights and even more comfortable outdoor pursuits.

In this issue – Connor Kilgour discovers more underground tunnels downtown, we introduce you to an ambitious indigenous art project being installed for all to see at the Thunder Bay Airport and Nancy Angus brings attention to a collection of postcards of Fort William that were discovered at a book sale at the Boston Library. I’m always amazed at what our curious contributors manage to uncover and I trust you like reading about them as much as we love bringing them to you.

Enjoy this fall issue of Bayview – and please support our advertisers who help make each issue possible.

Dorothy Christie, Publisher

Dorothy Christie is the Publisher of Bayview.

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