Visitor eager to return

Editor, The Times:

Editor, The Times:

I recently returned from an annual visit to the area. As always I’m pleasantly surprised by the sense of community for such a vast area. I enjoyed popping in to various stores and browsing for anything that might be fun to bring home.

I was treated to dinner in people’s homes and was lucky enough to dine as a guest at The Gateway Grill. A wonderful surprise in the “middle of nowhere!”

Will PM be chowing down on crow?

I was especially impressed with your local grocery store Buy-Low

Beautiful fresh vegetables as good or better than anything I can buy here at home just an hour north of Toronto. Every department had wonderful variety, quality, and pricing that made me want to move to the area.

Looking forward to coming back next year.

Deanna White,

Mulmer, Ontario

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