Service by Bear

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I remember seeing this funny little bear when I was a kid. The family went ‘up north’ as we still call it today, frequently for snowmobiling weekends with other families and friends. Great memories from the late sixties and onward. I searched Google for the original company, it seems to have gone away but there are plenty of other places with the same name. Nothing lasts forever does it…

Content…

I must admit that content for the new pages is hard to come by. Why? It’s self inflicted. Many of my regular visitors are aware that I am going through a major life change right now. Because of that, I am not actively taking new photos or video at the moment, that will resume when I manage to get some personal issues out the way and get myself back up north where I belong. Born and raised in the north, a Yank I’ll always be.

I haven’t got much to say either, just taking it one hour at a time. I hope you’ll stick around friends!

About John

John is a native of Michigan, the Great Lakes State, he is 56 years young and retired. I've been using WordPress since 2000 with various websites both self-hosted and the WP.com side. Thanks for visiting my website!

17 Responses

  1. Take care and enjoyed seeing your post. Before too long you’ll see things here and there that will create a spark of inspiration. Best wishes ~

    1. It is Latin, it means “if you seek a pleasant peninsula, look around you”. Lower Michigan is of course a peninsula, the upper portion of the state connects to Minnesota, the bottom of the lower peninsula to Ohio and Illinois. The lakes separate Michigan from your beautiful country. ❤️

  2. Like Sue said … ‘we’re not going anywhere’. Take your time … I find it hard to write too, those times when my mind is full of something else, that I don’t want to share on a public blog.

  3. There was one of these in my neighborhood when I was growing up. It has been gone for quite some time but I still remember the sign because I would always look for it whenever I went out on family trips. Thank you for the unexpected nostalgic post!

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