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Thinking of moving to Nova Scotia

Old Apr 18th 2005, 12:25 am
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Originally Posted by seacreature
Yes, Halifax is more like York or Chester than Manchester or Leeds.
As someone else stated, it's a very white place and you'll certainly see a lot of mulletts, lumberjack shirts and 80's hairdo's!
Still, it's a wonderful town for families and older people.
In York.....
80's hairdo's absolutely.
mulletts and lumberjack shirts.....now that would be something else.
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Old Apr 18th 2005, 12:33 am
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I always thought Lumber jack shirts was a western thing! who knows where she went? So Yorkiebar when are you coming for a visit?
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Old Apr 18th 2005, 12:54 am
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Originally Posted by Corky
I always thought Lumber jack shirts was a western thing! who knows where she went? So Yorkiebar when are you coming for a visit?

to york or nova scotia?
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Old Apr 18th 2005, 3:04 pm
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Do you really want to go visit York with the 80's dooooos!
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Old Apr 18th 2005, 10:33 pm
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Originally Posted by Corky
Do you really want to go visit York with the 80's dooooos!
heck.lived there long enough.probably have an 80's do!
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Old Apr 19th 2005, 7:35 am
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Hi There,

Rosie/Rog,
got your pm, Glad that Corky could give you a good insight into NS and what it really is like. Thanks Corky! So all booked for July, you will like it i'm sure. I don't remember seeing any 80's hairdo's, maybe some late 90's, I'm sure that won't put you off guys!!
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Old Apr 19th 2005, 5:09 pm
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Originally Posted by wensamjam
Hi There,

Rosie/Rog,
got your pm, Glad that Corky could give you a good insight into NS and what it really is like. Thanks Corky! So all booked for July, you will like it i'm sure. I don't remember seeing any 80's hairdo's, maybe some late 90's, I'm sure that won't put you off guys!!
Well, its not like Rod will have a pbm with a 80's or 90's hairdo LOL, i'm sure if he really wanted 1 we could find a wig!!!!!

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