Hello My name is Steven Taggard I live just outside apsley ontario in a 1997 Fleetwood tioga for the past 10 years, a few years back I was in
novar Ontario and met a bob miller he was driving and living a Subaru forster and looking for land I gave him my address of my land and he came down a year later and asked to store some belongs
I have lost his contact info and I and now in the process of selling my land and moving up to Armstrong Ontario I really would like to find mr miller so I can give him his belongs
back I belive if anyone knows of him please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
bob would be in his early to mid 60s now he was around 6 foot tall with sholder litth hair that was white he said he was from Richmond hill Ontario at some point
it is very importad to me I get him his stuff he said he had kids they may want it
I don't have a computer I use one in a store in town from time to time so I cant check email every day
I lived across the hall from a Bob Miller in first year university. I doubt it's the same guy. Your Bob didn't happen to dive face first into a very shallow creek, did he? He was in Club 2-4, an unofficial club that sat on, and drank, a 2-4 of beer BEFORE going out to the bars every Friday and Saturday night. Also, usually Wednesday nights, as that was Bomber night.
Hope you find the guy. If not, I think you can claim eminent domain, or Droit du seigneur, if you so choose.
Seriously, though, if you don't find him, I don't think you should worry about keeping or disposing of his belongings at this point. He knows where you live, and has for years, so he's probably not coming back. I applaud your search, though, and find it fits with my worldly travels. If I had a beer (I have had, and many more, for the record) for every time someone in another country said "Oh, you're from Canada? Do you know X X?", I'd be well pickled. Oddly enough, as an engineer who went to a school that pioneered work terms, I probably have about 3 degrees of separation to any engineer who went to school anywhere in Canada in the 90's. Often only 1 degree. My Bob was in math, not engineering. After the facial reconstruction he slowed down a bit, but not much. Good luck with your search. If I'm ever in Armstrong, I'll ask for you by name and bring you beer. Being Canadian, we probably know each other.
A piece of land is worth as much as the person farming it.
-Le Livre du Colon, 1902
thanks to this wonderful web site i was able to get some great leads on bob miller and i still have his stuff i took it to Armstrong Ontario the only lead i was not able to get was any contact info for bob and i know he is living in one of 2 places if anyone know his contact info please send it to me and or if anyone knows bob and is will to take his stuff to him i will arrange for that to happen.