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February-08-18
We had great times at Seton with Ian and Karen. They were great friends & neighbours and helped us so many times in so many ways in the building of our cabin. We also had lots of fun evenings at either their place or ours, going back down the lake to get home in the pitch black and often the freezing cold.

We lost track of each other when we all left Seton. It is so sad that Karen and I are reunited in the loss of our wonderful men, Ian and Lorne, but we can give each other support and tell stories and relive memories of those great years when we were all young and had boundless energy and dreams.

What I remember about Ian was what a kind, gentle man he was and his sweet smile. He was a true friend. Thank you, Ian.
January-14-18

What sticks out most in my mind is the times we were together in Seton. Once, I was up ahead of Karen and Ian and I walked out to the site of the previous night's bonfire. Standing on the grey ash I did not realize I was actually standing on hot coals. My feet were unharmed, but not my boots.
It was an education to hear about the history of that site, with its surviving kugli (pugli?) holes.

Once, Ian and I worked together to cut long timbers so Ian could drive the back hoe on to the old raft. He was headed over to the shop of your friends on the other side of the lake. And Ian had to do the trip back unassisted.

I remember hearing of the loss of the snowmobile with Ian managing to free himself and racing for the warmth of the cabin. Not the only close call.

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