Friday, May 02, 2008

It's official - we're moving again!

In light of the 2 current contests that are running right now (NWT Blogs and Nunavut Nonsense), I am in fun throwing out one of my own. We will need to re-name the blog, seeing we will not be "just below 63 anymore". Any suggestions?

Note: Ile-a-la Crosse is in northern Saskatchewan. I can't find a whole lot of information on it besides bare stats (population etc). Has anyone ever been here? Heard of it? Heard about it? Know anyone there?

9 comments:

Amy H. said...

how often do you guys move???

Anonymous said...

Will that be your permanent?

Indigo said...

"maybe I'll unpack"

"on the move in northern climes"

"just below 60 in saskabush"

"swartzing around the north"

Okay, must be the physio that is making me crazy at this time of day.

Rob, Tina and the boys said...

I love "Schwartzing around the North" :)

This will hopefully be the last move for a while. This is going to be Rob's store. This is what we have been waiting for.

Indigo said...

Congratulations Rob on getting your own store - very good news. You have done very well in such a short time. Is it a fly in community?

The basket is in the mail.

Rob, Tina and the boys said...

Woo hoo! I can't wait to see the basket. Nope, it's a road store thankfully, so we will be keeping our truck!

Megan said...

"Schwartzing around the North" gets my vote.

Kennie said...

dang! My comment from earlier didn't get posted! probably closed the tab before it was done posting ....

either way, I made a comment about the fact that hadn't you just finished unpacking and my two cents on what the new blog name should be (although I can't remember what they are at this ungodly hour of 3:10 AM here in Arctic Bay) ... but what I do remember is that I liked Indigo's suggestion of "Schwartzing around the North"

sigh, got to love it when Blogger doesn't cooperate eh?

Good luck in your new community! looking forward to all of the stories!

Trudie said...

I'm with Indigo and Megan - Schwartsing around the North sounds good!
Congrats to Rob!