Tag Archives: Detroit

Walking barefoot, uphill, in a snowstorm.


What? Another freezing rain warning for Windsor and Essex County today? Oh joy! Oh rapture! Hey, It’s March 24… bring it on! Maybe because we’ve had such a miserably cold March, April will treat us a little better. Hmmm, maybe … Continue reading

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I Want to Be Loved by You. 1928


Browsing through my “old local photos” email folder, I found this gem sent to me in 2002 by Mike McGlaughlin. His mother Phyllis McGlaughlin (left) sits with her cousins Hazel (middle) and Edna Normandeau on the running board of a … Continue reading

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The Good Old Days?? Swimming in the Poopy Detroit River


  A great story from one of our Walkerville Times readers, Howard Pare, Windsor, Ontario. I can’t believe that in my early teens, along with many others, I went swimming at the bathing beach located at the foot of Bridge … Continue reading

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