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Grand Bend, Ontario

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On fine late summer evenings there were huge corn roasts on the beach where there was always plenty of driftwood for fires, and after the corn was consumed and the fire had died down, quantities of marshmallows were toasted on long sticks over the embers. The festivities ended with the inevitable sing-song. I remember no ill effects from these corn-and-mallow roasts though I am sure we all ate to excess.


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