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Life Through My EyesLife Through My Eyes

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

 
Shakespeare wuz ereShakespeare wuz ere

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

 
The LondoneerThe Londoneer

Exploration and adventure in London and beyond!

 


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Two giant bathtubs, or caissons, move boats vertically up and down at Lock #36 north of Kirkfield, Ontario. Massive rams buried deep in the earth move one bathtub up 15 metres while at the same time the other bathtub goes down. There are two lift loc...

If you have any international travel planned, you’re going to want to check the expiration date on your passport right away. Of course, you know better than to try and cross borders with an expired passport, but many countries require a six month b...

Over 40 military aircraft are housed in a flying museum located at the Hamilton International Airport, although only a few of the planes can fly. From biplanes to jet fighters and world war two bombers. The facility is just off Highway 6 at 9280 Airp...

It was a rainy Saturday when we decided to do a #SchittsCreek tour. The Canadian half-hour, single camera comedy series on CBC is about broke billionaire Johnny Rose and his family relocated to the small town of Schitt's Creek, the only asset that th...

Slightly warmer is all that it takes to start the blossoms in the Niagara region and if you take the drive to wine country you can also do some tasting at the many vineyards throughout the Niagara-on-the-Lake area. Many of the fruit orchards have sta...

Pefferlaw's former cinematic entertainment hub sits empty now, no cars filling its rings of parking spots pointing towards the single, large screen. No superhero blockbuster movies play on the screen, no popcorn popping in the small concession stand.

Before my recent visit to Japan, I did the same obsessive research I always do before things like doctor visits or job interviews. Unfortunately, this usually means I walk into every doctor visit and job interview convinced I have a disease that affe...