Archive #2
May 08, 2001 to Dec 14, 2002


Entry of May 8, 2001 at 22:10 [EST]
From: dick carpenter - E-mail:Dcarpenter1371@aol.com
Homepage:http:// no home page -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: Well Done! Nice to listen to Navy Hymn. What is summer schedule for Bellerophon Band? Son in Detroit, so we drive from Buffalo west from Conn.


Entry of May 10, 2001 at 22:30 [EST]
From: Alan (Al) M. Lamb - E-mail:lambhmsglory@sympatico.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: Very interesting. Will pass your info along to other ex-RN types living in Ontario. "Up Spirits"!!!!!


Entry of May 15, 2001 at 09:53 [EST]
From: Edwin H curtis - E-mail:curtis@sentex.net
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: A very interesting site, always interested in anything that is Navy Blue. Spent 5 years in the RCN (1950-1955) Served aboard Iroquois,Swansea Quebec, Trinity, Toronto. Will visit often. "UP SPIRITS"


Entry of May 25, 2001 at 20:03 [EST]
From: William Guest - E-mail:nabi@pacificcoast.net
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: My father ( Lyall Guest)served on the Souix before he transfered to the "Bonnie" I think I will do a Fathers day painting of the Souix at sea. As it was his first ship he served on. Great page that you have here, but what was her post war years paint color? My dad served on her in the late fifties i believe. Bill Guest


Entry of May 25, 2001 at 20:40 [EST]
From: Joe Kearney - E-mail:navchief77@cogeco.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: I really enjoyed it very much. It's always great to see anything relating to those days and if I may quote Joseph Schull `Those Far Distant Storm tossed Ships' I joined the navy on 24 of July 1952 Who knows we may have had a wet together at the Seaway, Seagull Club or Seahorse tavern. I retired as A C2CK in 1977. Keep it up. Joe:


Entry of May 30, 2001 at 20:46 [EST]
From: ??????- E-mail:wjmcd@yesic.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: I joined in 1950, Slackers, what a place it was! Remember the fire escapes in the Seagull Club? Bloody rope out the window! The Green Lantern Restaurant, the Fish and Chip shop outside of the Dockyard, the Duty boat to Shearwater. Drinking the hard stuff in laneways because "It must be consumed in the home". That dirty old Seaport that we all knew so well has turned into a Tourist Haven! It certinly doesn't look like anything I remember! Well here's to us the bunch that swallowed the anchor, now in our evening years we realize that it was the making of us. there was nothing that Civilian Life could throw at us that we hadn't had it ten times worse. Those who were never in the Military have never really lived a full life. So to all you retired Matelots "Well Done!"


Entry of Jun 10, 2001 at 19:40 [EST]
From: Roy Pottery - E-mail:roiz@istar.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: Hi, I am doing research, about the Mackenzie Cairn, the H.M.C.S. Mackenzie, and an official visit to the Cairn site, Summer 1972, by the Governor General of Canada, Rt. Hon. Roland Michener. Locate wingers ? I was a member of the HMCS Mackenzie, Radar Plotter / Diver, at the time of the visit and I was on board the ship. When the Official Cruise ended later in Nanoose Bay, a "Splice the Mainbrace " was declared where all of us were presented with a photo of the crew with the Governor General, the map of the ports on the coast including the Mackenzie Cairn, on the cruise. Years ago I lost the documents and photos in a flooded basement. One other note, during the time the Navy decided to discontinue the Rum tot a daily issue at sea. It was on this cruise the Governor General issued the final "tot". I asked him to sign the Canadian Forces Rum bottle label which he happily did. I gave it to my girlfriend for safe keeping. When I returned from a later cruise her Mother threw it out with the trash thinking it was just that trash. Ha ha. So you see I have no mementos of that period of my life. I have attempted to contact many sources to replace or duplicate the with limited success. The "Last Bottle", will never be replaceable, but perhaps someone may have a photo of me receiving it. Any help or pass along my e-Mail if you like to any person who might ? Thanks Roy Patrick Pottery Able seaman Radar Plotter 271 / Ships' Diver Governor General's Cruise 1972 E-Mail roiz@istar.ca


Entry of Jun 10, 2001 at 23:05 [EST]
From: L C HAWTIN - E-mail:chawtin@nisa.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site:


Entry of Jun 11, 2001 at 17:28 [EST]
From: suk - E-mail:alebrije70@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site:


Entry of Jun 15, 2001 at 23:08 [EST]
From: Keith Nutbrown - E-mail:keith&nadine@telus.net
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: Terrific keep up the good work


Entry of Jun 19, 2001 at 14:31 [EST]
From: Becky - E-mail:bbrewin@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: I found a class picture dated Jan 28 - June 7 1952 Restigouche Division from Cornwallis. My grandfather had left me some world war 2 pictures and among them was this one, and pictures of the H.M.C.S. Algonquin 1944 with it's crew I was wondering if you served with my grandfather AS Alf Pinnell.


Entry of Jun 24, 2001 at 16:05 [EST]
From: John Scratchley - E-mail:wralff@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: Really enjoyed it. The pics of some of the old ships were great. Served from 1957-1967 plus a couple of years as a "Shad". Wish I'd saved or had more photos of that time.


Entry of Jun 28, 2001 at 10:57 [EST]
From: Ron MacDonald - E-mail:rmacd33@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: Served in RCN/CAF July 65 to Nov 87. Ex Sparker/PoTel Served at the following: Cornwallis, Albro Lake, Gatineau, Stadacona, St Laurent Laurent, Mill Cove, Assiniboine, Restigouche, Quappelle CFRC Det Victoria, CFRC Det St. Catharines. Now retired and living working as a Realtor in Fonthill, Ontario.


Entry of Jul 2, 2001 at 09:24 [EST]
From: LSRC2 - E-mail:lredman@becon.org
Homepage:http://LAKEVIEW B&B -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: I THINK that it is great .We are in St. Catharines ,I was in the service at the same time as you maggy. nootka and Iroquios .write me is you will.


Entry of Jul 2, 2001 at 18:16 [EST]
From: David Logie - E-mail:delogie@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: Brings back memories and I found one old shipmate.


Entry of Jul 3, 2001 at 17:55 [EST]
From: Harlan Morehouse - E-mail:hmore@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: Great site! This matelot enjoyed your site immensely. "Bravo Zulu"


Entry of Jul 3, 2001 at 19:46 [EST]
From: Vern Olson - E-mail:VernOlson@Telus.net
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: A friend told me
Comments about the web site: Looks great Tom. I joined in 1957, retired in 1993. (RCN/CAF)


Entry of Jul 7, 2001 at 16:20 [EST]
From: Ron Wagner - E-mail:reggiew64@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: My father was a gunner on the Sioux in April of 1944 during one of the attacks on the Tirpitz. The Sioux was one of our great ships! Nice to read about someone who walked those decks too.


Entry of Jul 8, 2001 at 11:04 [EST]
From: leigh vradenburg - E-mail:leigh@thermocell.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: great log. very interesting. i served on the athabaskan 1961 to 62. cuban missile crisis included. you may be interested in knowing that i was born in welland also. you mention that you remember doctors making house call back in those days. my grandfather was dr. h.d. cowper also of welland. prior to moving to brampton ont. we lived on first avenue north. small world isnt it. thanks again for the great web page.


Entry of Jul 12, 2001 at 16:50 [EST]
From: Cheryl - E-mail:cheryl.robertson@sympatico.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: Just wondering if anyone remembers my father, Paul Andrew Robertson (from Hamilton, Ontario). He was born November 20, 1946 and was on the HMCS Shearwater in 1962 and served three years. My father passed away when I was 12 (1982) and would like to find out more about what he was like. Can anyone help?? Thanks


Entry of Jul 18, 2001 at 00:18 [EST]
From: Matt Offer - E-mail:offerchang16@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: Interesting material. I am a ex-RP,served 1962-65, on Restigouche, Kootenay and Nipigon. Did the Cuban Missle Crisis number, UNEF Cyprus and other stuff (anti-FLQ duty in s. Montreal in 65 with loaded FN's). Sailed on RustyGuts decom cruise out of Victoria ,then I and old Winger Doof had our own tour , at FDU. Got great fotos and many memories. I am looking for ex- LSRP Nick Nickerson, last heard he worked at ROM in TO as a modeller. Nick, are you out there?? RCN time sure mad an impression on a green kid from the West coast. Took my kids on a tour of Nipgon in Slackers 4 yrs ago. Good stuff on your site.


Entry of Jul 26, 2001 at 14:28 [EST]
From: Jim Williamson - E-mail:williland@aol.com
Homepage: -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: Very Good. I served in the RCN/CF for 42 years. My picture is in the Marching group. I am the PO in the middle. I was a GI at Cornwallis in 1955, and after being commissioned served there again from 1965 to l969. Also served in many ships including the Athabaskan twice. Retired as a LCDR and am now living in the USA. My son is a Navy Captain at NDHQ. Your web page brought back many fond memories.


Entry of Aug 1, 2001 at 18:00 [EST]
From: brad miller - E-mail:brad.miller@ag.gov.bc.ca
Homepage:http://no -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: I thought it was just great.A little before my time. Served 1965 to 1969.I have a lot of memorabilia as does my Dad who served on the Frigate La hulloise during WW2.How does one put a name on your lost wingers site? I sailed on the Yukon ,Port Quebec,Columbia and Chaudiere.Hope to hear from you.Thanks


Entry of Aug 2, 2001 at 19:21 [EST]
From: RICK ALLENCD - E-mail:rallen_bandmaster@yahoo.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: Found page interesting. I am the Band Officer of RCSCC HAIDA in Missisauga.We too are a drum and bugle band.Although we use the valve rotor bugle I still ebjoy the old time bugle band style having served in the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry Bugle Band for many years. Does the band have a recording I can get just for fun? Would love a photo of the band as well for my collection of bugle bands. Thanks for your time. Does the band have a website? R.Allen CD


Entry of Aug 2, 2001 at 22:43 [EST]
From: Neil Fields - E-mail:neilnphyl@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: Outstanding!!!! A lot of TLC went into it. Was in Cornwallis just before you ... Algonquin Division


Entry of Aug 5, 2001 at 08:47 [EST]
From: Howard Gill - E-mail:thegills@sympatico.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: served on minesweeper on the triangle run 1944 45 your site is interesting


Entry of Aug 6, 2001 at 21:35 [EST]
From: Mike (Danny) Danyluk - E-mail:bigmrd79@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: Enjoyed the site. Kootney division 56, Served on the following ships: Algonquin 57-59, Cresnt 59-61, Bonaventure 61-64, Restigouche 64-66. Bonaventure (cancomflt staff under Sterling, O'Brien, R.Adm. Someone out there may remember the charts and graphs that I drew up for the different exercises, the last one being Maple Spring 66. Like to hear from anyone from that era, contact this email address: bigmrd79@hotmail.com . Bartender Fleet Club 65-66. LSRP 2 Danyluk


Entry of Aug 14, 2001 at 20:03 [EST]
From: harry neill - E-mail:harryneill@datanet.ab.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: enjoyed comments although most areafter my time.[53-58]on sioux 54-55 [korea],fraser,quebec .airforce for next 26 yrs. keep it up.


Entry of Aug 19, 2001 at 09:49 [EST]
From: sean barnabe - E-mail:sbarnabe@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: great i served from march 66 to march 71,my father served from 42 to 67,my uncle served for 20 yrs


Entry of Aug 19, 2001 at 10:13 [EST]
From: sean barnabe - E-mail:sbarnabe@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: Back again I forgot to mention that I collect ships lighters I f anyone has any let me know.would like to hear from any one that was on the guns crew for tattoo 67,also served on the hmcs sask from 67 to 70.take care


Entry of Aug 20, 2001 at 03:06 [EST]
From: Chris Hulme - E-mail:generalhulme@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: I'm a sea cadet and I like the navy blues and the cheifs and officers khaki tunics. (mostly the blues)


Entry of Aug 20, 2001 at 14:59 [EST]
From: Richard McNair - E-mail:rmmcnair@cast.navnet.net
Homepage:http://www.navnet.net/~rmmcnair -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: I liked some of your old photos. I joined the RCN in September 1965 & three uniforms and three official numbers later I retired from the Navy in May 2001. I was in Fraser Division 2/65 during my Basic Training in HMCS Cornwallis. CHEERS, Richard


Entry of Aug 20, 2001 at 15:39 [EST]
From: Gord Lomer - E-mail:jlomer@primus.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: Excellent Site,Although i'm not a Navy person. My father-in-law was in the Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer reserve from May/41 until July/46. I have pictures of him from the H.M.C.S Stadacona and an entire crew photo from the H.M.C.S.Fredericton taken in Sept/43.His name was Joe Davey.I can scan a copy if anyones interested?Gord


Entry of Aug 23, 2001 at 22:56 [EST]
From: terry w brule - E-mail:tbrule@aol.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: Well done


Entry of Aug 23, 2001 at 23:02 [EST]
From: terry brule - E-mail:tbrule@aol.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: nice site I spent 4 years in the Company. 1.5 years in the armed forces tattoo ( 1966 to 1967) and 2.5 years on the Bonnie (1967 1969 ) should anyone else sevrve on these tours please email


Entry of Sep 3, 2001 at 14:29 [EST]
From: kevin west - E-mail:kevinwest@sprint.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: I am the son of Elliott West.My father was a stoker and served on the wallaceburg,cornwallis and another ship i can,t remember the name but could find out. If anybody has information such as stories or photos. I would really appreciate hearing from you.


Entry of Sep 3, 2001 at 17:36 [EST]
From: sean barnabe - E-mail:sbarnabe
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site:


Entry of Sep 12, 2001 at 21:44 [EST]
From: John Sosnowski - E-mail:soz45@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: I found it very informative and wish you were from my era 1968 1970 HMCS PROTECTEUR AOR 509


Entry of Sep 14, 2001 at 21:54 [EST]
From: john Sosnowski - E-mail:soz45@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Other
Comments about the web site: Helo again I just wanted to know about the reunion mentioned by a previous reader I was on the first crew of HMCS PROTECTEUR commissioned 30 august 1969 at Saint John shipyard and dry dock co.,ltd. Saint John NB. I thought maybe there would have been a 25th reunion but that time has long past. I got to tuor the ship on my vacation in BC last April where she was tied up in Esquimalt. Not much had changed in 31 years. I would like to meet up with some of the original crew maybe through your web sight. My position was ABER1 . Thank you for the opertunity to have my say. It is quite the web sight.


Entry of Sep 27, 2001 at 22:21 [EST]
From: LSQM II Robert Bennett - E-mail:rbennett67@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Other
Comments about the web site: I was in Huron Division @ Cornwallis October 1958, then served on the Quebec,Nootka & The Magnificent Last week was back in Cornwallis for first time since basic training with the GI'S like Pusser John Campbell, Iron Jaw & Frenchy-Savage. While standing looking at the Kootnay block a car drove up & a gentleman got ou and walked over to say "reminising are we?" It turned out he took basic at the very same time as I. It was that conversation and the changes there now that made me decide to search for pictures of the "Old Cornwallis" as some buildings are now gone or are converted. I would especially like to get an arial view to see the layout again, where the mess hall was in relation to the Gym, our old block etc. You have a great sit & possibly I may get a contact with the pictures or knows where navy archives are where I could obtain them Thanks for adding to my fond memories of exciting youthful times. Bob


Entry of Sep 29, 2001 at 13:00 [EST]
From: oc Sinden - E-mail:MRDOGGY2002@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Other
Comments about the web site: iam in the navy league and i !LOVE! it ok my corps is NLCC ADMIRAL LANDYMORE from Ontario in Canada.i took my exame to be an AC I am the Bosun at our ship. well i got to go my friend just spun me mr doggy in circles so iam dizzy gtg. bye write back later when you get this message bye bye


Entry of Sep 29, 2001 at 22:17 [EST]
From: John Powers - E-mail:fire.ex@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: I am attempting to locate a retired(?) navy cook who served aboard HMCS Fraser in the early 80's. His name is Steve Hewlin and his wife's name was Eva and their daughter is Karen. Know his whereabouts?


Entry of Oct 10, 2001 at 07:33 [EST]
From: OCdt Malcolm Butler - E-mail:mdbutler89@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Other
Comments about the web site: Mr. Spowart... You have an absolutely amazing site! A site like yours brings history to life. Keep up the good work. Unfortunately, the link to HMCS Quadra didn't work for me. You may wish to check it out. Thanks again for your help. Cheers......


Entry of Oct 10, 2001 at 20:49 [EST]
From: Bud Flanagan - E-mail:rcngunner@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: A friend told me
Comments about the web site: Great site, BZ. Served from Jan'47(OD)to Feb'75(C1FC), 10 ships, all on the East coast as well as Stad and Osborne Head. Now living in Perth ON spend the winters in Florida. Enjoy keeping in touch with "old ships" and spinning yarns over the net, not quite, but almost as good as doing it in person.


Entry of Oct 15, 2001 at 23:29 [EST]
From: Bill Shedden - E-mail:Bshedden@sympatico.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: Terrific site, I was surprised to see that photo of Wallaceburg,it was taken in March 56, we had just finished refit in Pictou. I was in the RCN Jan 54 till Jan 59 and served on Port Dauphine, Quebec,Wallaceburg, Grandby (very briefly) Magnificent Bonaventure (11 days) Portage and #7SDB. Keep up the good work.


Entry of Oct 23, 2001 at 21:04 [EST]
From: Norm Law - E-mail:nobby_law@sympatico.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: Hi Mates: Served from 1955 till 1960. Served on H.M.C.S. Assiniboine, Iroquois, Crescent. Haida, Buckingham. Left navy in 1960 as a Leading Seaman Sonar. Many a rough night on the old atlantic but up spirits made it all worth while. Great site. Would like to hear from any shipmates that served on any of the ships around that time


Entry of Oct 24, 2001 at 12:48 [EST]
From: David Thien - E-mail:jdthien@home.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: I joined in 1961 in Victoria B.C. I was in Assinaboine div. 1 of 61. Iserved on the Saguenay, Skeena and Cape Breton, I was a Boatswain and Ships Clearance diver. Like to hear from old ship mates. Thanks Dave


Entry of Oct 24, 2001 at 13:46 [EST]
From: Len Shewfelt - E-mail:kokanee@netidea.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: Got into your log by surfing,but can't seem to get to your web page. I was in the RCN from 1955 to '60. Saguenay X1v disvision at Cornwallis. Served on the Sussexvale and Ontarion. Iwas on the decommissioning crew of the O boat. Would like to hear from former ship mates Bill Daley,Don Holt and any others who were in at the same time.


Entry of Oct 29, 2001 at 12:12 [EST]
From: petty officer 2nd class Lescaudron - E-mail:bosn_forever@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: I really injoyed your web site.


Entry of Nov 4, 2001 at 10:27 [EST]
From: Bill Giroux - E-mail:bobill@home.com
Homepage:http://www.angelfire.com/wi/tarpot/index.html -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: I hesitate giving you my URL -Your expertese shows me up- We have mutual friends i.e Jerry Sullivan -Goody Goodwill and others-I enjoyed your site and I must get cracking on updating mine -Billy G


Entry of Nov 5, 2001 at 17:23 [EST]
From: mark - E-mail:mark.carroll@ns.sympatico.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: hi i am looking any to find out about my grandfather kennie McLay is there any one who might have knew himor the ships he served on beaverton,dundalk,glendyne he was in the navy from 1944 to 1975 any help would be great thanks


Entry of Nov 6, 2001 at 13:20 [EST]
From: Roger C N Lambert - E-mail:rcnlambert@shaw.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: I was looking at another web site "The Unoffical RCN" when I noted there was little or nothing about the "Stone Frigates". I deceided to search for more info. Joined the RCN in 59, served in Fort Erie, as an SG then transfered to "Radioman Special". From there it was the Stone Frigates. I am attempting to gather up info on these "Ships" and would be glad to hear from anyone out there with photos, etc. Left the RCN/CAF in '70. Any 291ers out there?


Entry of Nov 8, 2001 at 20:17 [EST]
From: ABEM ron nesbitt - E-mail:hoperene@aol.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: I served on the sioux in 1960 and the micmac 61 and 62.Was in england when the cuban crisis happend.I joined the micmac during refit at st john nb.I sure would like to hear from a few oldddd wingers


Entry of Nov 10, 2001 at 12:14 [EST]
From: David Thien - E-mail:jdthien@shaw.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: Great site my e-mail address has changed can you correct it in the log? Thanks Dave


Entry of Nov 19, 2001 at 21:07 [EST]
From: ANN - E-mail:masquires9@hotmail.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: Great web site. My Dad (Harry Paul)from Bonavista, Newfoundland served in the Royal Canadian Navy in World War II.


Entry of Nov 23, 2001 at 09:28 [EST]
From: Cam Scott - E-mail:cscott@corp.attcanada.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: It's always great to come across any navy sites your is great!


Entry of Nov 23, 2001 at 09:57 [EST]
From: Cam Scott - E-mail:cscott@corp.attcanada.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: 2nd entry: After seeing the comments I best get my 2 cents in 8 years 61-69 H.M.C.S Nootka,Athabaskan,Chaudiere, Bonnaventure and Terra Nova LSET left to be a civilian What a change in life style but settled down like most of us. Be glad to hear from any past wingers. I live in Sratford and work in Mississauga for AT&T


Entry of Nov 27, 2001 at 19:11 [EST]
From: Leonard Love - E-mail:millen@axion.net
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: Bravo Zula !


Entry of Nov 28, 2001 at 12:25 [EST]
From: Bob George - E-mail:bobbie@travel-net.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: A friend told me
Comments about the web site: RCN/CAF from 1953 to 1981, retired as C1HT. Chief shipwright on Kootenay at time of explosion in 1969. If you ever see a car with Ontario Plate "RCN RTD" that's me.


Entry of Nov 28, 2001 at 19:36 [EST]
From: Norm Law - E-mail:nobby_ law@sympatico.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: Hi Mates: My address diden't show right last time it should read nobby_law@sympatico.ca Thanks.


Entry of Nov 28, 2001 at 21:10 [EST]
From: don forrest - E-mail:don5wud@aol.com
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: great site to reminisce about great times.joined march21,63 cornwallis assinaboine 1-63 until july21,63.performed in sunset guard,drafted to shearwater on course until dec.went on bonaventure jan 3,64 as o.s.a.m.,drafted off june,65 as a.b.a.m.1,shearwater until release feb.28,66.any ex wingers out there?


Entry of Nov 29, 2001 at 23:02 [EST]
From: CPOI (rtd) John Daley - E-mail:dapperdan@sprint.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: A friend told me
Comments about the web site: Great Site!


Entry of Nov 30, 2001 at 11:26 [EST]
From: Bob Norris - E-mail:bnorris@connected.bc.ca
Homepage:http:// -

How I found your page: A friend told me
Comments about the web site: Don Forrest told me about your site. I think any site that helps us find old Wingers is great. Keep it up. I Joined the RCN @ HMCS Queen Regina. Cornwallis Frazer 2/63. Drafted to Shearwater as OS/AMs Then to the Bonnie 1964 to 1966. I got out in 1966. and Moved From Yorkton Sask. to eventualy Campbell River, B.C. Any more wingers out there ???


Entry of Nov 30, 2001 at 21:46 [EST]
From: John Emrick - E-mail:jdemrick@thot.net
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How I found your page: A friend told me
Comments about the web site: Tom; thanks for dropping by Under The Cat. Your page is a great read and I plan to stop by often. I will add a link so others can find you as well.


Entry of Dec 1, 2001 at 14:58 [EST]
From: Ray McCullough - E-mail:rvman@encode.com
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How I found your page: A friend told me
Comments about the web site:


Entry of Dec 5, 2001 at 20:39 [EST]
From: Kel Smith - E-mail:cageysmith007@yahoo.com
Homepage:http://www.escape/~rcac2528/xiimbdragoons/ -

How I found your page: Just surfing by
Comments about the web site: Hi Sir: I am a former Sea Cadet in JTC. I love the navy. In Sea Cadets they did a good job on me. I just soaked up everything. I really enjoyed your webpage contents. Up Spirits Killick! Kel Smith


Entry of Dec 5, 2001 at 23:11 [EST]
From: Gerry Greer - E-mail:wygreer @shaw.comGreat site.
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How I found your page: Link from another web page
Comments about the web site: Great site. I served in RCN from Feb 55 - Nov 64. Many good memories. Served on Bonnie 59 - 62. Have some great photo's of "The Big Blow" fall of 59 returning from U.K. If interested let me know I will send them to you. They would look good on your website. I got out of the navy in nov 64 as a LSSG3. Presently a member of the RCNA CALGARY.


Entry of Dec 6, 2001 at 00:23 [EST]
From: John Lemay - E-mail:jtlemay@mybc.com
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How I found your page: From a search engine
Comments about the web site: Great site. I was born in Welland, way back. Was at Stad in the fall of 1954 on course at MTE. (ABEM1) there was an Admiral came from Ottawa. I was in the 90 man guard of honour, there was also a guy from Welland, he had his name and picture in the Tribune. Maybe it is one of your wingers. Take care John


Entry of Dec 14, 2001 at 18:02 [EST]
From: Po2 Ed Beaulieu (naval airman/airbosn, firefighter 651 Rtd. - E-mail:EDHEATHER@TELUS.NET
Homepage:http://%20no/ -

How I found your page: A friend told me
Comments about the web site: retired with 24 years now work with Prov. Govt Fire Commissioners Office in British Columbia 16 years


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