More Frozen Ice here in the National Capitale Region

December 16, 2017

Saturday Evening and it's the Classic 100 Outdoor Hockey Game, part of the Celebration of 150 Years of Canada since our Confederation.  Met up with a Farmer and we discussed Selling his 2,000 Acre Crop Farm here in the Pontiac, $8,000,000. million Dollars is the selling price and it is fully operational, please stay tuned while we negociate the details and don't be shy to give me a call, mostly tile drained land and sufficient heat units to be profitable, what a great investement, talk soon. Our Prime Minister Justin Trudeau & his son were  on site helping out with the Selfie Crowd, oh my god it must be Canada... Gary Bettman the President of the NHL, and a host of players and fans  turned out to watch this year's Classic Outdoor Game,  a repeat of the first game ever played in the NHL between the Ottawa Senators and the Montreal Canadians in December 1917 on a outdoor hockey rink. Canada's RCAF C-18 have done their fly by and this game is on.  There is a Frost Warning on the public radio... Well Ottawa wins 3 to 0 , sorry to all the Habs Fans who packed the Barn , thanks for coming out but it is Ottawa's Night. Listen up for Stuart McLean's Vinyl Cafe Last Chrismas Concert tomorrow, Sunday, thanks to Jess for putting it together, that's it from downtown Hull Quebec for now, Thanks.

 

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