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... hand stores to see if we could find a place that sold some warmer clothing. I also facebook messaged an old school friend who lived in Ontario to see if she had any local advice to provide. I really could not find anything nearby but from the research Ray came up with a theory about the "Blue" area the restaurant-man had advised us yesterday at 'breakfast'. There is a neighbourhood called "Bloor" which is west of where we were based, and in the general arm-waving direction the ...
... For instance, there was one with a statue of a man. As we looked
closer, he had a bird’s face, and was surrounded by birds and crystals. I was
both creeped out and impressed, it was really something and certainly had the surprise factor! Another art
piece was of one artistic bullfighter costume with feathers on it, which
claimed to represent distinctions between man and animal. I love tenuous
artistic ramblings! There were even ...
Two hour layover then straight to Dublin. Everything was going fine then the "mission" took a sharp turn to the left. While in Toronto I passed out our evening medicine. G took her medicine, no problem. I took mine, no problem. Then I realized I had taken G's morning medicine by mistake. This included her BP medicine as well as her Paxil. No problem, as I prepared myself for a "mellow" flight.
... will be doing in the future, and secondly, there is a belief that the major concepts in these disciplines are closely linked, and can be integrated using a project-based learning approach. I was shown a number of really good examples of this integrated approach in action. One that stuck out for me in particular was the model of the Sun, Earth and Moon made out of Lego (pictured below). With support, the children were required to construct a model ...
I wanted to not only travel the world but travel inside my own Country, Province, and even City.
Even thought I have lived in Toronto the majority of my life I had yet to do the Edge Walk.
For those of you that are not familiar with it, one straps on a very very secure harness and proceeds to walk the exterior perimeter of the CN Tower. Apparently we would have ...