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The best place to live in this world to me is Canada. Explore my Web site dedicated to this beautiful country to discover why.
Thank you so much for sharing this, my boyfriend and I have just found out that we may be moving to Abbotsford in the next month or so. I have been really
I don't live in a frickin' igloo!
Here is my ongoing story: It's been 4 years since my daughters and I took the step to move to Abbotsford from Saskatoon. If you'd like to know the details
What does a Canadian use to torture its enemy? Maple syrup!
I always know I am safe. I don't need to worry about war and such. I also love that I can play in snow in winter and swim in summer.
While on a trip to Australia, a local asked if we lived above ground in Canada! They thought it was so cold here that we had to live underground year
I love your story! And love your webpage. I came across it browsing about more information about Abbotsford. This beautiful place has also encaptured
January 31, 2015 Someone approached me through my Facebook page to ask for information about Abbotsford, and I realized that in the four years since I've
A day of shopping should be more than tracking down the odd good store; it should be an all-round great experience. From one of the biggest malls in the
Abbotsford, a wonderful city in the panoramic Fraser Valley in British Columbia, is growing rapidly and is projecting a promising future for its residents.
The Trumpeter Swan has come a long way. From almost going extinct to a nice comeback, they are found mostly in the western parts of Canada and parts of the USA.
Enjoy a collection of swan pictures and videos and relax in a world of beauty and grace...
Thanks to a curious visitor who drops by once in a while on my Abbotsford update page to check in on me, I get a chance to review the past years as I try to find a way to get back to a normal life with my husband here. My update is in the comment section.
It is such a nice country, the people and environment are just admirable. I love Canada. It is such a peaceful country, people are so friendly, the weather