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Olava Kjelstad and her Fawns

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Olava Kjelstad and fawns

Olava Kjelstad and fawns

Just a wonderful shot of Olava Kjelstad and two fawns. For those of you not familiar with Olava, she was one of the early pioneers of Ohop Valley, having come from Norway. She spearheaded the Lady’s Aid  and the Edergerton school in Ohop Valley. Her farm still stands and people who knew her, remember her fondly!

Photo courtesy of Steve Burwash.

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