Michael Wiwczor was handing out free socks, lettuce, hummus in downtown Sudbury.
“I was seeing some people downtown last week, and their feet weren’t looking so good,” Wiwczor said. “So I decided to buy some socks and try and give people some warm feet for the fall.”
'It’s not just for the homeless and needy, it’s for everyone. … It’s about smiling and sharing'.
I am an anon but I just wanted to help spread some positive vibes :)
“I haven’t had that much fun in years,” Baldock said at Cap Gris Nez.
“At the 10-hour mark I felt like I was going nowhere but my support crew were fantastic in their encouragement and inspired me to make it to the finish.”
Baldock knew how tough the long-distance swim would be having previously crossed the Channel in 1985 as a 41-year-old.
An idyllic scene: Childhood friends, 11 or 12 years old, smiling at an Ottawa beach in the 1950s. One is holding a beach ball. The other is wearing a baseball cap.
It’s a photo that Duncan Cumming, now 72, and Ron Cole, 71, both held on to, after all these years.
It wasn’t until last year, however, that they found out that they are biological brothers.
—The girls had been abducted by a man and a woman who ultimately set them free. The girls then made their way to the home of Jeffrey and Pamela Stinson who drove them back home. To show their gratitude, the Amish community plans to rebuild the Stinson’s garage that burned down while they were on vacation.