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Inukshuk - northern Ontario, October 2008!
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That's cool!
26/Aug/09 12:28 AM
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Inukshuks are an Inuit (Eskimo) tradition. They are constructed of raw stones chosen because they fit together to make a freestanding figure of a man. They are a message to passersby that "I have passed this way safely". When the northern arm of the Transcanada Highway was improved More...
26/Aug/09 2:15 AM
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Well said Bev!
26/Aug/09 5:38 AM
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Thanks for the explanation Bev, I will keep my eye open for them when I watch the Games
26/Aug/09 5:57 AM
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Me too, Bev and Joann! Hi Greg!
26/Aug/09 6:59 AM
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Good Morning all! The kiddo is making a board game for a school project. Together we have thought of a few things for the squares. Can anyone out there help us add to these? Pretty please?

Step in dino poo - go back two space
Chased by TRex - run ahead four places (really More...
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26/Aug/09 7:34 AM
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Kate,

Stuck in the tar pit, lose a turn.

Discovered fire, move ahead two spaces.

Bev, thanks a lot for the info on the Inuits!!
26/Aug/09 12:50 PM
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