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Vintage Toronto Ads: Summer Is Such Fun With CBC!

Originally published on Torontoist on June 24, 2008.


Toronto Life, July 1973.

With summer now officially upon us, some of our fair city’s citizens face an age-old dilemma: stay in the city for the weekend or flee to the cottage. 115 more words

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September Morning Interlude

Before you start reading, here’s a wee pre-post bonus! A lakeside video of me singing one of my old songs, “Cleopatra and Aphrodite”, complete with backup vocals courtesy of a red squirrel. 294 more words

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A Kid at the Cottage

We took our son to my family’s cottage for the first time in his life this year.  I’d delayed it until this year due to my own anxieties about dangers both real and imagined that could potentially lurk in the relative wilderness (despite my having spent so much time there as a child myself… I didn’t say my anxieties were logical).   303 more words

Wordless Wednesday :: 20 Sept 2017

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On Wednesdays all over the internet bloggers post a photo with no words to explain it. The idea is the photo says so much it doesn’t need a description. 13 more words

Cheryl Andrews Photography

Boat crashes into cottage-country shore, young man seriously hurt

Peterborough County OPP are trying to find out why a boat crashed into the shoreline of Gold Lake in Trent Lakes Saturday.

Around 1:30 p.m., emergency crews were called to the scene of Gold Lake near Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park after a boat had run aground. 69 more words

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Wordless Wednesday :: 23 Aug 2017

Wordless Wednesday Thumbnail Gallery

On Wednesdays all over the internet bloggers post a photo with no words to explain it. The idea is the photo says so much it doesn’t need a description. 13 more words

Cheryl Andrews Photography

Two injured in crash north of Peterborough

Two people were taken to hospital after a two-car crash just north of the village of Lakefield, Ont.

The crash happened just before 6 p.m. Monday at the intersection of Highway 28 and Young’s Point Road. 55 more words

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