Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Collingwood - Blue Mountain
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Indoor pool
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... in such redundant and linear terms. And then again, it was minus twelve this morning, so the sweat froze in my hair as I ran by the lake and the lake itself was stacked at the end of the highway in planes of blue and white frozen water, unmoving, as static as a painting. I wanted to see a true winter in Canada and thereby remember the winters of my childhood, winters where the gale-force winds knocked the electricity out for days and our cars ...
Today is wistful and bright, the resumption of tranquility in the wake of the wildness of St Patrick's. There are people sitting on the benches outside with their arms bare, even though it is bitterly cold again. They are chatting with their hands thrown over their faces to ward off the glare that bites at everything, that flashes up from the snow that has melted and frozen so many times these past few days as the warm thaw has struggled desperately ...
... a dark stage that stretches without end, with the softening curtains ripped away, with bright, harsh lights that reveal nothing. And so the first of the international workers will be leaving over the upcoming days. We will depart as we first arrived, a grinning, disparate line of backpacks and suitcases, catcalling and whistling, drunk with excitement, over-bright with fatigue. I want to fix everyone in my head just before they go. How did it look when ...
How does it always happen this way? There seems to be so much time at the start of things, one drowns in it; oceans of seconds, storms of unwanted minutes. Time seems solid, a weight, something exhausting that must be first confronted and then carried down a long, long road. Then, without effort, design or concentration, all that wealth of time is suddenly gone, one is a pauper, in debt, scrabbling around to barter a few extra moments ahead of ...
... factor and subject of choice. Mark had this endearing habit of falling silent while he searched for exactly the right words to express his thoughts. I liked that he was so considerate, so meticulous in this way. Too many people in this world- myself included- speak nonsense without thinking, they speak just to speak, just to make noise, to be heard. Meeting someone who speaks with such care is thus refreshing; someone who uses language as a means of ...