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A journey of life and living as seen through my eyes.

 
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Exploration and adventure in London and beyond!

 
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Life but not as we know it. Existing in Shakespeare's town - Stratford...

 


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At this month’s ordinary monthly meeting Clarence Valley Council will be considering whether or not to give in principle support to the NSW Government’s proposal to designate the Port of Yamba as a cruise ship destination and possibly build a cru...

Autumn's cold temperatures sends spawning salmon upstream from Lake Ontario into the rivers that flow throughout the GTA. In Lowville, which is part of north Burlington, the Bronte Creek flows through the area and crosses Guelph Line. Hard work by va...

It was the best of fall, it was the worst of fall. The warm temperatures are a great present to Ontario but they have held back the brilliant colours usually found in Autumn. The muted forest colours, mostly yellow, blend in with the dying, brown lea...

Something stirs in the night as the small town of Coldwater welcomes women with special powers and broomsticks during the annual Witches Walk. The "spooktacular event" sees the main street closed down to vehicular traffic so that the witches can gath...

It's a little warmer since the last Friday the 13th motorcycle rally held in January so the crowds are expected to be bigly, or hugely, or whatever the new term this time around. Parties have already started ahead of the famous Friday (#63 since 1981...

The Blue Mountains look down on Collingwood and Georgian Bay and the skiers and visitors look up to the vast summits, surely some of the highest in the world, and can't wait to see the view from the top. Blue Mountain resort has worked hard to become...