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The Canyon View Camp Car - our home for the week leading up to Thanksgiving several years running. As mentioned previously the experience could have ben improved by switching out the mattresses to something manufactured in the past say 70 years or so, and though the rail folk down in the Soo did promise us they would take extra care to ensure the holding tank for the septic system was pumped fully clean in the future and offered us a discount for the next year we never did take advantage of it. This was more because our "fur-babies" Shadow the Great Dane and Roxie the Labra-Dane tend to get too anxious if we leave them with the kids for anything more than a day. I can understand, a combined 250+ pounds of Alpha-Doggies terrorizing they're poor German Shepherds is a handful for anyone to endure. I know this because we play host to their mutts for around 3 months throughout each year while they are out cruising the oceans and islands of the world, but I'm just a little more difficult to overwhelm!
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Caption: The Canyon View Camp Car - our home for the week leading up to Thanksgiving several years running. As mentioned previously the experience could have ben improved by switching out the mattresses to something manufactured in the past say 70 years or so, and though the rail folk down in the Soo did promise us they would take extra care to ensure the holding tank for the septic system was pumped fully clean in the future and offered us a discount for the next year we never did take advantage of it. This was more because our "fur-babies" Shadow the Great Dane and Roxie the Labra-Dane tend to get too anxious if we leave them with the kids for anything more than a day. I can understand, a combined 250+ pounds of Alpha-Doggies terrorizing they're poor German Shepherds is a handful for anyone to endure. I know this because we play host to their mutts for around 3 months throughout each year while they are out cruising the oceans and islands of the world, but I'm just a little more difficult to overwhelm!

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Wayne Shaw [254] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/05/2009 (search)
Railway: Algoma Central (search)
Reporting Marks: AC 77 (search)
Train Symbol: n/a (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Mile 113.9 CN Soo Sub (search)
City/Town: Canyon (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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