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May 09, 2009


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Oh, Jerry! I just loved this post. When I get to the store this afternoon, I'm going to see what biographies we have on some of these woman. Thanks so much!

sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

What a great memorial... I would have loved a photo of you sitting amongst the ladies.


Thanks for sharing, I learned something new today!


Great post Jerry of a wonderful memorial.


This is a very cool post! I love that Canada has created statues to celebrate these women. Great photos!


Hey Jerry, what a fantastic choice for these theme! Thanks for sharing about these incredible women.


Thanks everyone for popping by on photo hunt Saturday! It is great to remember the accomplishments of such pioneers!

Sandi, them next time I'm there I will have someone snap a pic of me sitting in the midst of the celebratory tea party!


Excellent take on the theme, Jerry! I love these statues and incredibly, I never remember to suggest to visitors that they have a look, and learn a bit about the Famous Five!

Kathy (Trekcapri)

Hi Jerry, this is a wonderful photo theme selection! I really enjoyed learning about these wonderful pioneers in Canada's history. The statues are amazing and reading a little more background about each of the "Famous Five" in your post was very interesting. Thanks for sharing and have a great day!

María I.

Wonderful choice for the memorial theme. Love the idea of the empty chair and how it allows for people to sit and reflect on the accomplishments of these pioneers. Interesting post. Thanks!


Sandra - the statue has such character - a great spotr to sit for a bit. Funny that these women were from Alberta! What happened?

Thanks Kathy - I hope that you had a great day as well.

I try to pop by and sit in the chair every time I'm in the area Maria - it is a great spot for reflection.

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