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Bonnie Brayne and her sister Judy McCredie-Mackey shared stories of the history behind Brayne’s cottage, including its trip down Hwy. 148.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
NORWAY BAY Aug. 19, 2017
The Norway Bay Bristol Historical Society brought back a favourite event to the waterfront area, in order to correspond with the Canada 150 celebrations.
Showcasing six local cottages, the Norway Bay Cottage Tour 2017 welcomed guests for in-depth looks into private residences, where homeowners gave a bit of history on the structures.
THE EQUITY started off at 59 rue Strathcona, where Heather and Vaughn O’Regan kindly greeted the tourists. Purchasing the tiny, two-bedroom cottage about nine years ago, the couple has put a lot of work into expanding and redecorating the spot.

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