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... could be extremely profitable, he founded the Toronto Electric Light Company in 1883. By the time he was 30, his company enjoyed a monopoly on the supply of street lighting to the city of Toronto.
In 1892, he purchased stock in the Canadian Pacific Railroad and the North West Land Company. Once again, his profit-seeking intuition was right on target. A liberal immigration policy led to opening of the Canadian West, which in ...
Enter stage left second trauma session of the day.
I go to the right front door to drive.. wrong, someone has moved the steering wheel to the left.. all the controls, park brake and gear shift are on the other side... calm down you can do this
We are in the underground bunker.. enter hotel address...TOM Tom cant get signal... great..
We will just head out and Tom will catch up...NOT...
Heart rate 120 BP 200/120... decide ...
It conjures up some amazing images in the
mind when Niagara Falls is mentioned. I immediately think of the daredevils who
have risked their lives by packing themselves into homemade barrels and
allowing the immense power of the water to take them over the falls. Or high
wire tight ropewalkers risking everything to cross from Canada to America,
surely there is an easier way to get across the border (actually there ...
... I pizza-ed the day away...you know, that shape beginners make to turn and stop :p It was a beautiful, sunny day but cold, with -9°C.
I only had one idiot moment... After lunch we got bundled up again and i accidently put my helmet on back-to-front...
Eventually i also discovered that there weren't a lot of helicopters flying about the neighbourhood, but it was the snow makers making a very similar noise. All in all a very successful day!
While i ...
... people on the Canadian side are different, softer, from those in the state of New York we had just left.
Two nights in Toronto with two missions: one was achieved and one was not. The first was to see our friend from the African trip, Laurie. Laurie and Dave were two peas in a pod on that trip. If anyone was to be caught climbing a tree or rolling down a gigantic sand dune on theirs tums, it'd be the two of them. Due to the weather, lack of trees and sand dunes we opted ...
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