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Arlie McFaul
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  • Guelph, ON
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Arlie McFaul's Friends

  • Bruce VanderWees
  • Neil Hemingway
  • Rick Upfold
  • Carol Maki
  • Andre Roy
  • Gunther Csoff
  • Darlene Downey
  • Kathryn
  • Melanie Williams
  • Rob Black
  • Katija Morley
  • Henry Lise
  • Clinton Buttar
  • Phil Emmott
  • Matt Langford
 

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Phil Emmott and Arlie McFaul are now friends
Mar 11, 2010
Arlie McFaul and Bruce VanderWees are now friends
Jan 17, 2010
Arlie McFaul left a comment for Andre Roy
"I am tolerating the wind but enjoying the snow!! The picture was taken on Georgian Bay camping at Awenda Provincial Park in the summer.... Cheers"
Dec 11, 2009
Andre Roy left a comment for Arlie McFaul
"Hope you're enjoying the snow. If your pic was taken on an ON lake, I am sure it looks different today ..."
Dec 10, 2009
Arlie McFaul and Neil Hemingway are now friends
Dec 9, 2009
Clinton Buttar left a comment for Arlie McFaul
"Thats me last year in Italy, I'm actually standing in the ruins of Pompei next to mt Vesuvias."
Dec 9, 2009
Henry Lise left a comment for Arlie McFaul
"Thanks Arlie!!"
Dec 8, 2009
Arlie McFaul left a comment for Clinton Buttar
"Clinton - I like your new pic, where is it taken??"
Dec 8, 2009
Clinton Buttar left a comment for Arlie McFaul
"nice pic Arlie"
Dec 8, 2009
Arlie McFaul left a comment for Matt Langford
"Mat, I saw your father-in-law last night at an OPVG district meeting in Dorchester. He said you were enjoying AALP... Cheers Arlie"
Dec 3, 2009
Arlie McFaul and Matt Langford are now friends
Dec 3, 2009
Arlie McFaul updated their profile
Dec 2, 2009
Arlie McFaul updated their profile photo
Dec 2, 2009
Arlie McFaul is now a member of Ontario Agriculture
Dec 2, 2009

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How are you involved in agriculture?
Farm Horticulture, Agri-Business, Other

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At 10:17pm on December 10, 2009, Andre Roy said…
Hope you're enjoying the snow. If your pic was taken on an ON lake, I am sure it looks different today ...
At 9:55am on December 9, 2009, Clinton Buttar said…
Thats me last year in Italy, I'm actually standing in the ruins of Pompei next to mt Vesuvias.
At 9:24pm on December 8, 2009, Henry Lise said…
Thanks Arlie!!
At 12:11pm on December 8, 2009, Clinton Buttar said…
nice pic Arlie
 
 
 

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