My plans for a review of last year have been interrupted by the beginning of wedding season.
I'm currently in Ontario, flew in Thursday, and managed a couple of beers with antiflux's own Evan. I was going guarator his passport, but the pub distracted us for too long.
The real purpose of my trip, however, was my cousin's wedding this past weekend in Kingston. It was a delightful event - I was again struck by how people manage to really make a wedding their own.
Yesterday, I spent much of the day in Toronto, probably the most time I've spent walking around there. I ate in Chinatown (the restaurant was playing an okay screener of MI:3 on the tv) and then caught up to my sister in the Beaches area down near the lake. These are places I didn't really know existed until this week.
Maybe it's because I'm a Westerner, I don't know, but I am always struck when I visit this province by how much brick has been used in buildings. It's everywhere - shops, homes, skinny little apartment buildings, all over the place.
Speaking of the West, Bri and I are driving there starting later today. There's a Great Lakes ferry involved that I'll talk about more later.Posted by warcode at June 06, 2006 09:17 AM