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can anybody tell me why every soldier who had the last name "Miller" wemt by the nickname "Dusty"

Added: January 1, 2019
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I was born in Camp Shilo on December 24, 1949 We resided at 111 Kingston Ave. from approximately 1948-1954-5. Members of the family were my Dad, Cpl. Edgar Winston Hamer , my mother Agnes My siblings James, Rod, Yvonne, Lorraine, Jack, Scotty, and myself, Gerry

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Added: December 26, 2018
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Added: December 25, 2018
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Everyone have a great Christmas and a SAFE New Year!
Cheers
Turk


Added: December 23, 2018
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Hi Janice. ...Yes our family lived in the huts waiting for PMQ. We were in Shilo approx from ‘51 to ‘61. Dad was in RCASC. We lived in a small forest built PMQ on South side first. It had a coal fired furnace. What a mess we were when we played in small basement amongst the coal crib. .....Only time I ever can remember being lost was last day we lived there. Dad was often the school bus driver and was on ambulance duty when we moved to #7 Unique Ave.. I was in kindergarten if I remember correctly and the other bus driver dropped me off at that smaller PMQ unbenounced to him that My family moved that day to Ubique. ....All went well and I got safely home to my new ‘digs’. ...I remember waiting and wondering but somehow new it was ok because Shilo always looked after us kids. ..Chuckle the ‘ Meatheads, ( a term I always use endearingly) always saved the day. They came along and gave me a nice warm ride home in a shiny new Chev Panel Wagon.
Ubique Ave. PMQ was larger and closer to School and many more friends there to play with as I grew up. ....I see Danny Taylor writes in here. In those days his family was friends of ours. As were the Martins the Findlays the Whitings. The Otts the Turner family.
We left there in ‘61 and headed back to Nova Scotia roots. I finished high school there in Bedford NS. Went into RCAF in ‘66. Dad and a Mum went on to several years in the Militia after that.
Us as children had many fond memories of good old Camp Shilo. Never missed the cold and snow tho. Nor the gophers the flies or the grass hoppers. We the Chidren were Ernie, Myself (Bump) and Sister aGail and Roseanne and brother Guy and Clay and baby Brent.
I certainly remember those old ‘H’ hit PMQ’s.


Added: November 20, 2018
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Are there any of you who lived in the Huts? Any of you from PEPs in 1956-59 still around? Just found this site up and running. Thought it had died. Great Site. Cheers, Janice--brothers Dwight and Mark. We were one of first families to occupy PMQ's.... after A-1 in the huts.

Added: November 19, 2018
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Once in a while stories come along that are inspirational. ShiloBrats new Special Edition feature puts the 'SPOTLIGHT' on them. When the announcement was made that Mr. Gerald Brown (former Shilo teacher) was to be recognized with an 'Alumni Award for Exceptional Service' from Brandon University, we knew there was a story. Mr. Brown is ShiloBrats teacher liaison, and was instrumental for having Miss Sheehan and a dozen other former Shilo teachers attend our recent Reunions. Turned out there was more than one story. Check out ShiloBrats new Special Edition 'SPOTLIGHT' feature at What's New.

Added: November 14, 2018
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Sorry to hear of Brian’s passing had a great visit with him at the reunion . He sure had a fun time shared his year book from our grade 9 class , mine has disappeared over the years. god willing I’ll be there in 2020 hope it’s at the same place great venue.

Added: November 3, 2018
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Rest in peace Brian, you fought a courageous battle always a smile on your face.

George


Added: October 26, 2018
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