Sunday, 17 July 2011 (8 photos)

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Sunday, a day off...

Walking into town...  a chance to visit the beautiful city of Vernon. (VACSTC/ Capt Debbie Middleton)


The hill, 200' elevation change from camp to downtown (VACSTC/ Capt Debbie Middleton)


Just hanging around (VACSTC/ Capt Debbie Middleton)


The Cadet Canteen (VACSTC/ Capt Debbie Middleton)


In the cadet canteen... everyone seems to know when there's a camera around  (VACSTC/ Capt Debbie Middleton)


Hanging out... playing pool (VACSTC/ Capt Debbie Middleton)


Nice shot! (VACSTC/ Capt Debbie Middleton)


A cold slurpee on a warm day... nice (VACSTC/Capt Debbie Middleton)


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Today's weather: Max Temp.  30c  Min Temp.  12c partly cloudy,

This day in Canadian Military History...

17 July 1696

French army of 2000 men (regulars, Canadian militia, and Mission Iroquois) are returning to Montreal from attacks on Onondaga villages south of Lake Ontario. Count Frontenac, now in his 74th year, accompanies the force.

17 July 1812

A combined force of British regulars, Canadian militia, and 400 native allies advance on Ft. Michilimackinac (near Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.). The Americans, outnumbered and taken by surprise, relinquish their fort and its contents of arms, supplies, and furs.