Sometimes you just turn your head and are surprised by what you see. One day when I was taking a walk I couldn’t help to stop at this group of trees, their roots and the mood they created. I found it spectacular and very unique. – Louie N.
Answer to Win
Do you recognize this photo? If you can tell us where the photo was taken, you become eligible to win movie passes for two to the Fox Theatre. Three winners will be chosen. Send in your answer by September 15, 2009.
Email your answer to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Secret Beaches Spot
Send us a photo by email or mail plus a
75-100 word description of your Secret Beaches Spot and Beaches|life may feature your place (not so secret now!) in an upcoming issue.
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William Blyth, Elizabeth Brown and Hayley Thompson, the only three people who had the correct answer to June’s Secret Beaches Spot. It is located in a big lane way that runs just North of Cedar Avenue between Beech and Willow Avenues.
UPDATE: After the picture of this barn was published in the last issue, many admired this remaining piece of our local history, but some also noticed the graffiti on the wall. Community Centre 55’s Summer Graffiti Removal Project has since cleaned off the graffiti. Here are the before and after shots.