Monday, July 07, 2008


Newfoundland Labrador Fresh air tourism ad

A three-dimensional superboard, featuring traditional quilts on an actual clothesline, is located on the Airport Parkway in Ottawa. It marks the launch of Newfoundland and Labrador’s summer Fresh Air tourism campaign.

You know I always wondered what the use of those shewally thing's that used to be advertised on TV. You know the dry mop that was advertised for cleaning of your car. I could never understand what the use of them would be. There was no way a schewally would clean road dirt off of a car. But since moving here to the Okanogan in BC which isn't even a big city there are only something like 125,000 people living here but it seems every day I would have a use for one of those schewally's. You could wash your car each and every day but each and every night the pollution in the air would settle on your car with the morning dew. I'm guessing that for this particular location it is mainly due to the micro climate where everything gets trapped in the valley and settles out here.


They moved it up from Toronto. The same billboard ran there last year.
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