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Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory

We’ve got butterflies on the brain. And it all started about an hour’s drive west of Toronto at the Cambridge Butterfly Sanctuary.

We rolled into the (free) parking lot next just after opening and spent a Sunday morning circling the 10,800 square-foot indoor… 401 more words

Toronto

Foo Fighters in Waterloo Station tunnels mystery show

I saw the Foo Fighters at their House of Vans show the other week – oh you know, the SECRET one they played under Waterloo Station before the Invictus Games closing ceremony, that one. 278 more words

Waterloo Rambling 12

Some mornings, the mind just doesn’t feel as if it’s ticking over. Morning is somehow done, achieved, finished, but the memory of it is an automation. 410 more words

Prose

Bankside By Day

Living close to the river is a delight. Not only is there always something to do, but walking along the Thames can be quite relaxing. Unless you go during the busiest times, when the promenade is thronged with people, turning a relaxing stroll into an exercise in dodging oncoming people who are too busy looking around or staring at their phones to realize they’re actually walking into another person. 127 more words

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