32 Grenville Street M4Y 1A3
And it's Ho! For the wild country, up to Scugog way.
Here's a shot of Betty taking a well-earned rest after an arduous paddle. You can see we have traveled from the marina launch pad almost to the end of the marina!
Here's a shot of Betty taking a well-earned rest after another arduous paddle. You can see we have turned around and are now facing away from the marina!
Here's a shot of Betty taking a well-earned rest after an arduous paddle. You can see we have successfully tackled one the more advanced skills in canoeing – passing the only can of Cola to the back of the canoe by balancing it on the end of a paddle!
Here's a shot of the Mariposa Belle coming into the wharf. I took this shot with full digital zoom, and then got the heck out of the way before the bow wave hit us!
Here's a shot of the Mariposa Belle tied up at the wharf. You guessed it – we are well out of the canoe by now and have received back our cash deposit.
… and hie us to The Front Porch …
… which is reminiscent of the Apricot Tree on Bloor street. The décor leads you to believe you are sitting out in the street.
Toronto, Wednesday, October 14, 2015 3:53 PM
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