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Elayne Powell from Spruce Grove, AB wrote on July 4, 2018 at 9:19 am:
It's been many years since I have been "home" to Porcupine. This July 1 weekend my family and I returned to bury our mom's ashes (Myra Mirka) and so that my brother Ross could attend his graduating class's 50 year reunion. There are of course many changes but I just wanted to comment on the neatness of Main Street in spite of businesses having closed. I also have to tell you how much we enjoyed the fantastic fireworks display on Saturday evening. It's still a lovely little town.
Leland Harms from Cornwall, On wrote on January 1, 2018 at 1:56 pm:
Happy New Year to all friends and family. May the warm weather find you soon and melt your cares away.
Erika from Porcupine Plain wrote on July 1, 2017 at 11:11 pm:
Came for the Canada 150 fireworks. The town put on a great show. I was very impressed.
Leland Harms from Cornwall, ON wrote on December 5, 2015 at 8:58 am:
I just wanted to wish everyone Peace, Love, Joy in this Christmas Season. I am counting my blessing and I hope all of you are too.
Robert Hollstein from San Bernardino wrote on July 29, 2015 at 5:23 pm:
I made a trip with my Grand Parents , AL and Grace McKersie, up there from California to the farm of Marty and Ernie Geddes during the summers of 1965 and 1967. I was a teenager at the time but I do remember my time spent there. We also went to Green Water Provincial Park to visit Wes and Jess Steggmen. They had a daughter name Diana who was about my age. I still have a paperback book that is the history of the Soldiers Settlement and as well as personal stories. I really enjoyed myself while working the farm, taking care of horses and chopping wood for the stove. unfortunately we have all gotten older but I will always remember my stay up there. perhaps I can again find myself in your neck of the woods!!!