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Welcome to The Kamalyn Factory Outlet: Odds and Ends and Overstocks, mostly from around New England. But sometimes Kamalyn (user 286174) throws me a miscellaneous bone, like with the Bean. The laugh is on her with that one. She thought her photo was better! :D _________________________________ But just like Kamalyn, I find that all of the Google changes to Panoramio have made the site too inaccessible for me to be able to actively visit the photos of others, or to comment or actively post photos anymore. (The geniuses at Google have made it so that Panoramio is VERY difficult to view even with Google's own Android platform!) Along with all the pointless changes, the reformat to an unusable and exclusively Google-Account forum has destroyed the site's once amazing sense of community. So while I do check in from time to time, apologies in advance for only sporadic replies to comments. Cheers.
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The destroyer of my garden!Well captured,if only with a photo...Cheers,Karl

I was a deckhand on this ship in 1981. It was owned by a company called Magnum Explosives.... we hauled Nitro and blasting powder up and down the coast to logging camps and mine sites for blasting roadways and such... it was a great little ship... Frank Culbart was the skipper.. a real idiot. NO idea how it became a BC Ferries ship. Funny I have not seen it since 1985 or so and about 3 months ago I saw it competitor the MV Klassen tied up on the North end of Sechlet by the ferry terminal to Powell river. Great memories..

Kiitos vierailusta talvikuvissani,rojosuiza. Tv.M.H.

Thank you kindly Faroma !

je n'aimerais pas être dessous !!! mais ce la dit cela fait un très joli cliché, L


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