Morden motorcycles

A moment from yesterday

May 8, 2019 | Opinion | Volume 23 Issue 10
Conrad Stoesz |
Photo: Mennonite Heritage Archives

Summer is a time when many set aside time to explore. Pictured are five men on their motorcycles on Railway Street in Morden, Man., in 1913. From left to right on the motorcycles are: Isaac G. Brown, George G. Brown, Jacob E. Dyck, John J. Braun, and an unknown rider. New and familiar places are visited, old friends get reacquainted and new memories and relationships are made. Have you ever used the Mennonite Your Way Directory in your travels? It is “[a] listing of over 1,700 hosts who offer lodging in their homes in over 70 countries.”

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Photo: Mennonite Heritage Archives

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