If you are in town this Friday, welcome to join our first #IDThemDays photo identify event in our office! We will have pies and lots of “mysterious” photos for you!
It looks like a very successful week with all the three photos posted identified. Thanks for your help in our social media comments! It was very interesting to see that more and more details were dug out when people were commenting on the photo of a freighter in Pack’s Harbour.
Happy Chinese New Year! Last Thursday was the Chinese New Year’s Day!
While all the Chinese are having their Chinese Spring Festival holidays in China, I have been keeping working on our #IDThemDays project! I should have introduced this project to China to see if there are some possible connections between China and Labrador:)
For the last week, we also had three photos posted in our social medias. Although we did not get a lot of information for the first photo, we found the potential location of the second one and got ALL the names of the people in the third one! And because the third photo was so far (and hopefully) the last unidentified photo of Burdett family, we were very excited when we were able to remove all the negatives from one “miscellaneous” negative sheet !
Please keep helping us, because it would not have been done without your help!
I was reminded by a regular blog reader that I have yet to share a photo of Maggie (as I promised when I returned!) So here she is, back in December when I had to take her to work for the morning. Cute, hey?
For a more up-to-date picture (video, actually!), check out this Tweet by Jacob Barker at CBC…which probably should have been captioned “Them Days editor Aimee Chaulk nervously eating a grape with a fork.” You can see Maggie on John’s lap, and Beatrix too! (It’s been awhile since you’ve seen her for sure, blog readers…isn’t she getting so big now?!)
The power is about to go out…see you later, blog readers!
Here are the photos uploaded last week in social media. We had a great discussion about the #WhereIsItWednesday photo, and it was identified as Muddy Bay. We also found that a few other photos of Burdett family had been used in our magazine before, so we can now move this newly identified photo and other related photos from our miscellaneous section to the right folder!
If you have more information and comments on those photos, please let us know! Thanks!
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The long-awaited (sorry!) Vol. 41, No. 4 is in local stores and local mailboxes now. It should be arriving any day now for anyone who lives elsewhere. Also, of course, available in our online store.
Pei is here! I am very excited I came back to Labrador and work with Them Days again! I will work on the #IDThemDays project. We will keep doing our social media campaign to ask for your help to identify photos. This is our first photo posted, and you can follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to see three pictures a week, for #MysteryMonday, #WhereIsItWednesday and #FlashbackFriday!