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Thursday, August 6, 2015

Alphabe Thursday: Lovely memories











I dug up my cold winter photos in the winter of 1975 when I was a student in Windsor, Canada. This school yard was behind the apartment I stayed. During the school break, school children frolick. These photos were taken during the holidays, and we went to try out this fun. A couple of Canadian kids were there to show us play.

That was my first ever winter. They reported it was the coldest ever recorded, a minus 28 degrees. A lot of melted snow had flowed under the bridge. I wonder where all those young men and women have gone. We were from Tropical Borneo and Singapore and were feeling very BRRRR!

I share these lovely memories with my student, especially the one when I was struggling to climb up the slope.

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6 comments:

Sarah Beth said...

Looks like you were all having a lot of fun, even with it being so cold! I can't imagine temps like that!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh those fun student days hey Ann :) Looks like so much fun, it's been so many years since I've seen snow!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Looks like fun times, great photographic memories.
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NatureFootstep said...

1975, looking back is wonderful sometimes :)

Su-sieee! Mac said...

You must've been very excited that year experiencing so many new and different adventures.
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Sarah said...

Loving memories of your student years. How exciting to study abroad and experience new things.