Kesslers will cherish memories of Revelstoke

After our sixth summer here, we have left for an exciting new adventure ...

Editor,

After our sixth summer here, we have left for an exciting new adventure and a fresh phase of our lives. Rod has begun a position with L.L. Bean’s Outdoor Discovery Schools, located in Freeport, Maine, USA. We are on the southern coast of Maine and thankfully, north of where Hurricane Sandy came ashore. It is a good opportunity for Rod as he will be working in an environment that supports his ideals and connects him to his passions. L.L. Bean has an excellent reputation, deep history and a powerful bond to the outdoors. As an added bonus, our daughter and son-in-law, Heidi and Ira, will be only a half hour away, in Portland.

Please know that we will always carry in our hearts, a very special place for Revelstoke and Canada and all the friends and acquaintances we’ve made while living and working here. We have found you to be friendly, fun, sincere and down-to-earth. We will cherish so many special memories of you. Please smile, enjoy life and keep in touch! Our doors are open should you be able to make it out to our direction. We’ll keep our same e-addresses.

 

 

Rod and Brenda Kessler

Freeport, Maine

 

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