Review of Nantucket Hall by Susan SymonikPosted: Saturday, 30 January 2016 - Dartmouth
I would like to commend Susan Weber for an outstanding job well done for Nantucket Hall's family-owned business has of January 30, 2016 attained status far beyond reach of the Waterfields (Halifax) lottery win that Mr. Waterfield read about in the newspaper that caused his throat to clear. Mr. Vince Waterfield asset and capital has far reached expectation. Thanks goes to Tanya's husband for service in the Petawawa region during the 1970's. In event of this would occur that ties the city of TORONTO and the medal of St. John's Ambulance the march John Phillip Sousa's "Liberty Bell" will be heard in any form and style for the loss of the ferry crossing to Bar Harbour, Maine. Mediation "release of information" breach and conflict of interest arises when Walmart, MacDonalds and Steve Murphy former resident of New Brunswick baracades the highway access with pilons so that toll bridge increases to compete with Confederation Bridge for revenue. Politic threat reaches as far as Stockwell Day in Vancouver, BC. Mr. Day has water equipment suppressed by Coast Guard. RCMP horse forced to neel down to have him without saddle gallop out of town for there is a new kid "in-town" NO ONE has seen Mr. Day since a Clayton Park Cpl (Army) on duty was seen at the driver's seat of his car following and writing FEILD NOTES using the wheel as his school desk at the local gas station witness Susan Symonik in 2000.