What a wonderful place to live

News Jun 22, 2011 Ancaster News

Many years ago when I first met my now husband, we were on a long drive and passed through a small town with a Turtle Crossing sign. We said we would love to live in a place that had that sign.

On June 16, I was reminded of exactly why we moved to this town with its Turtle Crossing sign.

On my way home via Olympic Drive after spending three hours at McMaster's Children's Emergency, I witnessed not one or two cars but seven cars pulled over to help a distressed turtle cross the road.

Let me tell you, the turtle was not happy, snapping at everyone, even though they were only trying to help, but, never-theless, the group of people pushed on and helped the now very alive turtle cross the road.

What a wonderful place to live and raise a family.

Samantha Cliff

Dundas

What a wonderful place to live

News Jun 22, 2011 Ancaster News

Many years ago when I first met my now husband, we were on a long drive and passed through a small town with a Turtle Crossing sign. We said we would love to live in a place that had that sign.

On June 16, I was reminded of exactly why we moved to this town with its Turtle Crossing sign.

On my way home via Olympic Drive after spending three hours at McMaster's Children's Emergency, I witnessed not one or two cars but seven cars pulled over to help a distressed turtle cross the road.

Let me tell you, the turtle was not happy, snapping at everyone, even though they were only trying to help, but, never-theless, the group of people pushed on and helped the now very alive turtle cross the road.

What a wonderful place to live and raise a family.

Samantha Cliff

Dundas

What a wonderful place to live

News Jun 22, 2011 Ancaster News

Many years ago when I first met my now husband, we were on a long drive and passed through a small town with a Turtle Crossing sign. We said we would love to live in a place that had that sign.

On June 16, I was reminded of exactly why we moved to this town with its Turtle Crossing sign.

On my way home via Olympic Drive after spending three hours at McMaster's Children's Emergency, I witnessed not one or two cars but seven cars pulled over to help a distressed turtle cross the road.

Let me tell you, the turtle was not happy, snapping at everyone, even though they were only trying to help, but, never-theless, the group of people pushed on and helped the now very alive turtle cross the road.

What a wonderful place to live and raise a family.

Samantha Cliff

Dundas