Outside the Hong Kong Restaurant

The sight of the little blue boxes of chocolates on a table outside of the Hong Kong Restaurant had me salivating like a Pavlov dog.

"Sixteen dollars is a bit steep for a small box of chocolates but my brother in law Chuck loved them as a kid so OK."

"Palmer? Chuck Palmer! His sister Janet used to baby sit me as a kid. I'm Ronny Kwong and Amy is over there."

Janet got through talking to everyone in the registration building and came out to see what was going on. The usual homecoming greetings involving Ronny, Amy, and dozen other people ensued.

Later, back at the campground, we opened the chocolates and found the following enclosure.

" IN CELEBRATION OF
REVELSTOKE'S CENTENNIAL
HOMECOMING

We are pleased to re-introduce Manning's Broadway Chocolates. These recipes are from Jack Pugsley, who taught us the art of fine confection. We hope you enjoy this box of chocolates especially produced for this centenniary, and are in keeping with the original product made here in Revelstoke. This special edition box is made in memory of Horace Manning, Jack Pugsley and John Kwong.

QUESTIONS - COMMENTS - ORDERS
Manning's
210A East 16th Avenue
Vancouver BC V5T 2T4
(604) 879 7256 "

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