In praise of school bus drivers: for navigating through conditions of ice, rain, snow and sleet down narrow backroads and high volume highways. For delivering precious cargo from before daylight on cold winter mornings to the beginning of those hot late June afternoons especially when heaters and air conditioners are window operated.
For driving while dealing with all the internal and external complications of a trip. For doing your safety checks, log books, minor repairs, cleaning and forever dealing with mechanical and communication issues. More importantly for being there as that reliable person during such difficult times.
Remembering Basil O’Keefe — Bus driver Extraordinaire
In Memory of Silver Cross Mothers — thanks to Stuart McIntosh
Handwritten Clippings from Stuart McIntosh — When Cutting Corn was $3.00 and Tobacco was 20 Cents
Teamsters Horses and Accidents- Stuart McIntosh
Cheesemakers of Lanark County — Eastern Dairy School- Stuart McIntosh
Then and Now Bowland Road-Community Memories of the McIntosh’s–Stuart McIntosh
Community Memories of the Lorimer’s–Stuart McIntosh
Documenting Ed Pelletier -Photos- Stuart McIntosh
What’s in a Photo — Stuart McIntosh
McIntosh Clan 100 Strong Holds Picnic at Family Homestead 1953