Let’s keep Duncan a secret

This Cowichan Valley and Duncan in particular are number one

Let’s keep Duncan a secret

What a lovely letter from Magaret and Ted Perry, I agree 100 per cent. Margaret must have written those words, since we poor males would have difficulty. Here is my attempt:

Let’s keep Duncan a secret.

I have lived in many different locations during my 85 years on this earth: Vancouver, Celista by the Shuswap, Moose Jaw and Mississauga in Canada; France, Australia, Jamaica and Florida outside Canada. This Cowichan Valley and Duncan in particular are number one, but please don’t tell anyone!

The friendly people, the music in the market and the great food (sprouted beans and kimchi from Salt Spring Island) etc. You have added years to my live and I will cherish every minute, thank you.

Toby Riley

Duncan

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