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Smoking in a Northern Ontario Shed
Canada

Hello Planet Earth.

What is a random day in life look like in a slightly remote location of Canada?  

Well, here is what it looks like....   it looks pretty much like anywhere else.  

Hearty well-bred Northern Ontario stock....    cigarettes... cases of beer...  tools.... and an ATV.

It's like you are here with us, but without the smell of sausage.

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上传: 09/09/2010
更新: 03/07/2014
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  • Nelson Barley over 1 year ago
    Yep, we've got rednecks in Canada too LOL...
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