Dear, #canada !
We've never met each other , but I know some of your friends. They say that you are beautiful, interesting and a really good country! You may be the best country in the world to many people. The best country to me is the place where I was born, place where I live for the whole part of my life and of course it is Russia.
But it doesn't make any sence because we could be best Friends.
Hope to meet you in the nearest future and we will have fun together!
A few nights ago I stayed up until 2AM with PAST (Paranormal And Supernatural Team) Saskatchewan at @boardsnbeanscafe to document any evidence of supernatural entities in their building. PAST is currently reviewing the footage so I can't say one way or the other if they found anything, but it was a very cool experience either way!
Here are a bunch of pictures of the night 😀 The full episode is coming out in October so until then, be sure to follow them on Facebook!
After combining teams in 1928 to win the Memorial Cup, the Pats went at it alone in 1930.
The team had five straight shutouts heading into the Memorial Cup, including a 3-0 and 5-0 win in the Abbot Cup Final.
On March 27 the Memorial Cup started, with the Pats facing the West Toronto Nationals (or "Westionals"). The Pats won the first game, 3-2. In the second game, the Westionals held their own, keeping the score to 2-2.
That is, until the final 40 seconds when Regina's Gordon Pettinger and Ken Moore broke away and scored on Toronto goaltender Ronald Geddes, winning the the game, sweeping the series and capturing the team's third ever Memorial Cup!
Our #SpiceFam Janelle out here being GREAT!#Repost @helphandsapp ・・・
Watching the #RoyalWedding and thinking about this #throwback to meeting members of the Royal family.
Talked about @helphandsapp as well as Caribbean culture, the origins of carnival and the impacts of colonialism.
We wish the lucky couple happiness and love to see the blending of cultures