By The Canadian PressArticle By Miriam FulkersonPublished May 05, 2018 12:16:03Updated May 05 and 06, 2018 07:18:23The road from north of Miriam’s house to the south end of Lake Miriam Highway is being closed.

(CBC)Mirror Lake Highway is the only major road in the province’s south.

It was originally built in the 1930s to connect the east end of the Miriam Bridge with the west end of Highway 8.

It is the longest road in Ontario, but is nearing its end.

“It’s not a major road, but it’s one of the most beautiful, if not the prettiest, and that’s a very important part of our community,” said Miriam.

“And as we see this road coming down, it’s really a sad day.”

The highway was opened in the late 1930s.

(Miriam Ferkerson)Miriam and her husband moved to Miriam in the mid-1970s, and she said they were thrilled to be able to get a job on the Miramis’ farm.

“We just loved the land, the land was beautiful,” she said.

“I was a little nervous about the weather, but I thought if we just had some time, we would be able get through this.”

The highway is not in very good shape, and it’s been a long time since we’ve had rain, but once you get through that, you’re back on the road and it gets better.

“Miriam says it was an amazing day.

The road is being shut down at the north end of Miramonta Highway, which connects Lake Miramons west end to Highway 8, but Miriam says she expects the road will reopen soon.”

If it comes back up and it comes down, I will be able, I’m sure, to get through it, because it’s very, very beautiful,” Miriam said.

She said there are no closures in the area north of Lake Miranda.

Miriam said she would like to see the highway closed to the public.”

Miram said there was no word on when the road would reopen, but if it does, it will take time.””

We don’t want the public to have a problem.”

Miram said there was no word on when the road would reopen, but if it does, it will take time.

“That’s not to say that the road is going to reopen before that time, but we have to wait for that time,” she added.

Miram says she has a friend who has a family in the Miramonas and said they have not been able to visit since the road closure.

Mirail Lake Highway closed to public on Tuesday, May 04, 2018.

(Supplied: Miriam Fowler)Miram’s family said it has been difficult to go on vacation with their son and grandson.

“Their grandmother is not here.

They are on their own, they have nowhere to go, and we’ve been dealing with all of that,” she explained.”

They are very, much affected by it.

They’ve had to move in.

They’re in a different city.

They have a lot of different issues.

They don’t have the opportunity to see their friends, their friends are all over.”

Miranda Fowler, Miriam and the rest of the family have been living on Lake Miraman for more than 30 years.

She is concerned about the safety of those who will be affected by the road closures.

“You’re going to see more traffic, and there’s going to be more accidents, so there’s a lot more problems that we have,” she told CBC News.

“Hopefully, people will be careful.

I know it’s difficult for everybody.

There’s a little bit of a rush here, but when you’re not getting a chance to get away from the things that are happening, you just get more stressed.”

Fowler said the road was reopened on Tuesday to the general public after the province decided to close it down.

“Our whole life we’ve done this, but this is the last stretch, the last opportunity to go out,” she continued.

“I’m not going out with this group of people and having them try to get to the other side.”

A spokesperson for the Ministry of Transportation said that as of Monday afternoon, the Miromans had received a letter from the provincial government asking for the road to be reopened to the open road.

The spokesperson said that, while the road has been closed to vehicles for some time due to the rain, there is a permit for vehicles to cross it.

She also confirmed that the Ministry will send out another notice in the coming days.