Richard Linley shows Margi McKay a photo of himself and his wife-to-be, Heidi King, taken in March 1983 on his first visit to her family cabin on the North Bay of Buck Lake.
“We lived on a farm and when [Mum] took her eggs to the store to sell … she would buy a bag of quilt patches”
Marie Campbell in Perth Road Village tells Margi McKay about the many patchwork quilts made by her mother, Catherine Ann Kenehan,
Moira Drummond in Perth Road village shows Margi McKay a twig figure of a ptarmigan she bought in James Bay, which reminds her of the ptarmigans she saw during her time in Churchill, Manitoba.
Ken Allan in Perth Road Village tells Margi McKay how he used his skill in clay to create a ceramic reproduction of a Picasso oil painting which he had admired in an exhibition.
Betty Calvert in Perth Road Village tells Margi McKay about the plane ride she and her friend Enid McCarthy.