I don't miss this city anymore.

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I don't miss this city anymore.

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Sure don't miss this town.
We lived in PG for almost thirty years. Good job, good place for raising the kids but I ain't going back.
Definitely not this week. :cuss:
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:135: Huh, That's a nice summer day in areas where I moved from.
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I think the same thing every time I look at the Vernon forecast. Overnight low of -6 on Wednesday? Screw that [icon_lol2.gif]
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Lately PG has been lowest gasoline price in the province

currently at $0.699
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GordonH wrote:Lately PG has been lowest gasoline price in the province

currently at $0.699


They have been for quite some time, ever since Costco put in a gas bar.
Prior to that it was often Kamloops that had the cheapest gas.

But even if the gas was free, you couldn't get me to move back. Especially this week.
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Lived in Williams Lake for 10 years before moving to W.K. in 1997. Wms. Lk. is the farthest north I'd ever live, and that was touch and go. Poor Man's Okanagan I called it; we could grow crab apples and sour cherries.

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