Last month I submitted an application to participate in the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition that occurs in Nathan Phillips Square from July 8-10 this summer. Admittedly it was a looooooooong shot to get in as I haven’t exhibited anywhere before. But why not shoot for the moon, right? Yesterday afternoon I received a lovely rejectionContinue reading “Rejection Stings”
Tag Archives: photography
Sneak Peek at San Francisco
We spent a sunny week in San Francisco visiting family and friends, soaking up as much Vitamin D as possible, and exploring the neighborhoods. Here are three quick pictures (including the cover photo above) with many more photos and stories to come.
Red Lake Regional Heritage Centre
Red Lake has a wonderful regional heritage center that you shouldn’t miss if you’re in town.
Wordless Wednesdays: View from Victoria
All That Is Gold Does Not Glitter…
Wordless Wednesdays: Moraine Lake Driftwood
Anchor Brewing Company
While we were out in San Francisco visiting my sister, she booked a tour of the Anchor Brewing Company for us. The brewery offers two tours a day, one at 10 o’clock and one at 1 o’clock at its Potrero Hill location. Reservations are required. As we had 1 o’clock reservations, we made sure weContinue reading “Anchor Brewing Company”
Review: Untamed Antarctica
Is Antarctica on your bucket list? It wasn’t much of a blip on my radar screen. I’d glance at the pricey boat tours in adventure travel brochures and wonder how seasick the crossing would make me. It must have planted a seed though because the universe has been throwing some interesting tidbits my way. SixContinue reading “Review: Untamed Antarctica”
Our tires crunched over the gravel parking lot, indicating our arrival at our destination about 20 minutes after we left my tiny cottage-apartment in Pembroke. The Wheaten sat upright and whined softly from the back seat. As soon as we released him from his seatbelt he leapt six feet out the car door, nose to ground soakingContinue reading “Petawawa Terrace”
3 Fun Activities Near Collingwood, Ontario
Just a quick, holiday Monday post here. Hope all of you Ontarians enjoyed some time off with friends and family. For me the whole of July was rough physically and I had looked forward to the start of August. Between some back issues and a broken finger I’ve been unable to drive or paddle and was startingContinue reading “3 Fun Activities Near Collingwood, Ontario”