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... around 13:00hrs, overnight in Sudbury and on to the Sault on Tues.
Start - 00000km
End - 00453km
We did get away around 1 o'clock. Went up to Orangeville to avoid the 400 as long as possible.
Car responded well. The sound from the new muffler was awsome. A bit of a bark under load and very smooth at cruising speeds. Once we got on the 400 the ...
... cottage we had booked for the week).
Meg and Jeff both work in the arts; Jeff as a visual/street artist and Meg in the theatre arts. Many of their closest friends also work in the arts, food services industry, & music world. As such, they had decided to hold their reception a few days after the wedding, on Tuesday evening on Toronto Island in Toronto to try and accommodate the busy evening and weekend ...
... two tone car with sandy beige up to the “belt line”, and a gorgeous deep maroon on the hood, trunk and roof.
The parts that he has belonged to the disbanded Rover Ontario group, and he is giving them away for free. There is quite an inventory of trim pieces, some mechanical bits and pieces, and some large body items such as two full sets of doors, an engine hood, grills and hubcaps and a full set of interior seats of green leather.
... essence of Spirit, thus the name of the shop, The Spirit of Hockey. Lots of team Canada stuff. Sorry USA. It's lunch and we owe this guy so we stop in to his bar for a bite. He played for Colgate, then in Europe and now he is working in his bar on Saturday. He is fun.... Let's just say that Mark losing his motorcycle glasses while getting directions was the worst that happened. However, we finally get out of Toronto and head ...
... Safety Council’s 'Gearing Up’ rider training program at Conestoga College. It is the friendships I made while working there, that ensure I always return for a visit whenever I am home.
Since I left there have been expansions in the program (and more than a few waistlines), personnel changes and promotions but no matter when I choose to pop in, there are always some familiar faces along with the new. Always someone who greets me ...