My wife keeps reminding me that it’s “only May. The “only” is due to the heat, the wildfires and, again, the heat.

We all got more than our share of wildfire smoke during our Victoria Day May long weekend. My eyes sting, my throat is raspy and I smell like I sat through an all-night poker game, with chain smokers. Let’s hope and pray that the rains come down and our firefighters get some help in getting things under control.

In this time of graduations, I see that T

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Awe yes, the May Long Weekend. It’s the teaser leading up to those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer. That’s if you’re lucky and we don’t get a late snowstorm. At 30 plus Celsius the chances of that happening this year are next to zero.

Over 25 years of lake living created lots of May Long Weekend memories. There was the annual “Spring Fling” complete with a potluck supper and dance. The boaters crammed into the boat launch area in a big rush to launch for the

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I feel it is necessary to remind readers that The Capital retains the right to refuse any and all letters to The Editor. As the Provincial Election is upon us we will refuse any letter promoting one candidate including Party leaders, over another.

Sunday, May 14, is Mother’s Day. Don’t forget it and don’t forget to remind your sons and daughters about Mom’s special day.

You don’t have to break the bank to honour Mom. Now, if you’re lucky enough to have a mom,

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Time flies when you’re having fun and I can honestly say we’ve had our share of fun at The Capital in the 46 years that we‘ve been a part of it all.

For the past few months, we’ve been moving out of our 411 Main St. location. The day has finally arrived that everything we managed to collect has found new homes. Oh sure, we managed to keep the most important items but, let’s face it, I’m a hoarder. I kept news clippings, papers of interest, event posters, ticke

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