Monthly Archives: September 2010

Behind the Wall

We arrived to the sound of a lone bagpiper, a young woman with a pony tail fiercely tucked behind her tam o’shanter, her legs settled into the soil at the north-east entrance to the CAMH grounds. Her name was Mary, of course it was … Continue reading

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Day tripping in Toronto Three

Error: It’s all part of the blog learning-curve. New posts lie atop old posts so splitting my story into segments won’t work. You’d have to read it backwards in time and that’s no good. So ‘start to finish’ my new motto. Apropos, … Continue reading

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Day Tripping in Toronto Two

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Day Tripping to Toronto’s Former Lunatic Asylum

Cheap local travel in our own backyard. Day tripping on the TTC in Toronto. Attending a memorial ceremony of nineteenth century patient labourers at the Toronto Lunatic Asylum. Continue reading

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