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Re: At The Hands Of God Waiting For Us To Grow Up

From: Don Ledger <dledger.nul>
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 15:36:44 -0300
Archived: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 23:37:46 -0400
Subject: Re: At The Hands Of God Waiting For Us To Grow Up

>From: Stan Friedman <fsphys.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2007 18:52:34 -0300
>Subject: Re: At The Hands Of God Waiting For Us To Grow Up

>>Source: The Truro Daily News - Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada



>>We Are At The Hands And Feet Of God, Waiting For Us To Grow Up Don Murray



>>Don Murray is a retired United Church minister.

>I should note that a place named Bible Hill is just outside
>Truro. Also the date of Shag Harbor was October 4th not 5th.

>The foam was yellow or orange not brown... Polls consistently
>show more believers than non-believers. Don't bother me with the
>facts, my mind is made up.....

Hi Stan,

Shag Harbour -with a U. It's a place name. Taking the "U" out of
Shag Harbour is like putting an "R" in Chicago. But even the
Halifax Chronicle-Herald dropped the "U" in it's headline. Dell
decided that leaving the "U" in harbour was too confusing to
Americans [and its own spell-checker - honestly, that's what
they said - so they took out the offensive letter.

The foam was like shaving cream with a glittery yellow substance
on its surface.

Incidentally, I had a great time in Shag Harbour during their
little festival. I spoke three times about the Incident while I
was there. Most of the people who attended were from outside of
that community indicating that there will be some growth over
the next few years. Their tiny little museum had some 1,340
visitors over the past 4 months. I went through the guest book
and was surprised to see people from Europe, western Canada, the
United States and a couple from Australia.

Word of mouth will likely increase numbers to future events. The
driving force behind that festival is Cindy Nickerson the Post
Master for the Shag Harbour Post Office. It was my personal
observation that the "festival" should take place in late July
or early August rather than around the first of October; October
is an iffy month weather-wise and at the end of the tourism
season. Cindy agrees. Next year the event will be put on during
the summer months.

The people from that area are extremely affable, tough and
friendly people. You can always look forward to good food and
good conversation.

Don Ledger

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