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September 25, 2015

'THERE ARE A NUMBER OF THINGS TO DO IN OKOTOKS'

The saddest tourism motto ever

(Thanks to Roberto)

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Thanks, Dave and Judi for posting my link. It is a second time in two years, I'm on a roll!

Two other towns mentioned in those "ads" - Westlock is a US-Canada border crossing, Beiseker is a small village north of Calgary.

come visit okotoks, find something to do . . .
(remember: you Always can do #2 !)

No, that's the second saddest. Grand Prize winner is my state's motto, "Pure Michigan," which has been tacked onto everything like some freaking cultlike way of life. Meanwhile, the roads are falling apart, the highway rest areas and roadside parks are not maintained, and state parks and recreation areas are closing due to lack of funds -- but, hey, we've got Tim Allen doing commercials!

Ocotoks. Better than nuthin', eh.

Ligirl, same idea, can always do #1 or #2.

Be sure to flush afterwards.

so... origami fortune teller is canadian for cootie catcher

Wilmington, DE. A place to be someone.

Unlike Dover, where that is just not possible.

Visit Charlotte, North Carolina! We're on top of South Carolina!

"If we were Okotoko we'd be a palindrome."

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