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Buck Mullin

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lynda crothers
Comment by: lynda crothers ( )
Left at: 8:50 AM Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Love the story ( glad they got to the hospital ) Brian is such a good story teller loved reading this story on a foggy, cold maybe snow morn. on Wolfe Is.
Lezlie Stark
Comment by: Lezlie Stark ( )
Left at: 1:03 PM Thursday, April 17, 2014
Brian: I chanced upon this website this are a wonderful writer!! I also found the article on Bampi from last February - with all the pictures!! That sure brought memories back!! I will be following this website much closer now that I've seen your stories - I'll be doing alot of back-reading too to get caught up! Well done you!! Cousin Lezlie
Brian Johnson
Comment by: Brian Johnson ( )
Left at: 7:20 PM Thursday, May 1, 2014
Again,THANK YOU Lynda, (my Biggest Fan)for your wonderful praise!! YOUR pics speak a thousand colourful words too!
And THANK YOU Lezlie! a WONDERFUL surprise! Glad you like them!!
Brian J
Comment by: Rob
Left at: 2:52 PM Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Thanks for posting this page. Chief Mullins appear to have been a larger than life personality. I have been trying to collect the history of the Frontenac Islands Fire and Rescue without getting any co-operation from the Council or fire chiefs so this has been of some help and also a great read. Thanks
Joan Russell
Comment by: Joan Russell
Left at: 1:18 AM Tuesday, April 19, 2016
God bless the story-tellers!