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Ray’s Daughter: The Diving Helmet – Part 2

Link:  The Diving Helmet – Part 1 My brother Bert is a sensitive soul, and I love him for it. Our father’s helmet has drawn us closer together these past months. Our conversations usually centre around building some kind of … Continue reading

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The Diving Helmet – Part 1

My father was a “deep sea” diver in the 1940s and 50s, trained by his father and uncle Ted in northern Ontario. I suppose they did it for fun, like searching for fabled sunken barges loaded with gold in cold … Continue reading

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