MBH Faizer !- how can anyone in The Class o f 64, ever forget that ‘baby
face’ !! !
Anyway- here he is 50 yrs later- as there is NO Recent Photo of him in the
RU 2014-Class of 64 Souvernier book .
He ” fell off the planet ” so to speak, and I tracked him down in
Cornwall, Ontario a few wks ago , and he and his lovely wife Rizvi,
decided to do the 7 hour drive ( one way ! ) to see me and we spent a
delightful happy three days !
Here you see us – in many surroundings – in my home property , and in the
town of Penetanguishene with a bit of history on the town , and at a fun
festival known as ” Steam Punk ” in the neighbouring town of Coldwater
The Drum Circle I belong to , was invited to Drum and Sing at the event and
Faizer took pics for me .
The one of us near the flowing water creek, where I am playing the flute,
I set the camera on a timer, placed it on the bridge and took the photo.
This is one of my very favourite places just a 2 min walk from home, along
a nice wooded walking trail , to sit and day dream, and play flute .
We are sitting on a metal canoe- built in the design of the old traditional
Birch Bark Canoes used by the Indegenous People here and in all of North
American Great Lakes Locations .
History tells us , that this is the EXACT spot that Frenchman Samuel de
Champlain landed on the shores of Penetanguishene, home of the Huron –
Wendat people , 400 years ago , and changed the face of the Nation for
I live off on a side street, off Champlain Road , along the shores of
Georgian Bay- Lake Huron .
I hope all of you enjoy this story of ” Bound Together- The Class of 64
Spider Web” !!