Monday, February 5, 2018

Good Neighbours

We are fortunate to have great neighbours.  The tree in our front yard turns out to be some sort of a sycamore tree and sheds really long nasty looking black spores or seedlings and it makes one heck of a mess on our street.  Our closest neighbours raked six large leaf bags for garbage pick up back in the fall for us.    Irv's health problems left him unable to do anything around the house and he especially can't do any sort of raking or collecting of these leaves.  It was so nice of our neighbours who took it upon themselves to clear our front yard.

The neighbour on the other side has generously offered the use of his snowblower, complete with electric start, to keep our driveway clear. 

The friendly people of Port Dover look out for each other, especially in a time of adversity. 

It's good neighbours, like ours, who make a friendly community.  More and more people are moving away from the big city and choosing to live in smaller communities, which is why Port Dover is growing.  Granted it's a tourist destination in the summertime but even in the winter here are events like the polar dip which bring people to town. 

Thanks for visiting today! 
Denise Donald
Craft D Cave

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