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One-Liner Wednesday - Wordless

Disclaimer: (read: my excuse) I was already in bed when I remembered I hadn’t posted yet.

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One-Liner Wednesday - Almost back to normal

The waterfront trail is finally emerging.

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Interpretive Tour on Hikshari' and Waterfront Trail on #GOPD2017

Experience the beauty found along the Hikshari’ and Waterfront Trails.

This fun, informative guided tour begins at 11:30AM and meets at the foot of Truesdale… 29 more words

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One-Liner Wednesday - Bike Path

I would still need hip waders to walk on the waterfront underwater trail.

Wasn’t it the Creature from the Black Lagoon who walks sadly back into the water? 230 more words

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Wandering the Waterfront Trail in Scarborough

At the bottom of the Scarborough Bluffs, west of Bluffer’s Park

Lake Ontario, like all five of the Great Lakes, is more a freshwater sea than merely a lake. 1,048 more words

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#SoCS - All or Almost Nothing

All the time I’ve blogged up until now–all four and a half years–I’ve been jobless. Okay, I have the 24/7 job of single-handedly looking after my two disabled kids, but other than a paper route, I haven’t had a job that paid me anything. 378 more words

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Spring 2017 - Ajax to Quebec City 

Day 12: Cornwall to Coteau du Lac 69km

Friday, April 28

Sunny with a strong SW wind. 19C.

A tailwind had been forecast for today and they were correct. 301 more words

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