My own private entrance!
A wee door for a wee monster; a perfect fit
Riding in style
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Feeling very small today.
A bit overwhelmed by it’s size, blueness, and awesomeness.
“The Water Guardians” and children’s padded play space, by artists Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins along with architect James Khamsi, Front St., Canary district, Toronto
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Oh give me the beach boys and free my soul
I wanna get lost in your rocks and sand
and driftwood, eh?
with a apologies to Bill Withers and Dobie Gray
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D A da
D A N dan
D A N G dang
D A N G E dangie
hmmmm…. no, not right
D A N G E R dan gggrr
…. no, that’s not right either……
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Some people have a chip on their shoulder
but this guy’s lucky to have an Edgar instead.
Great location, good view and good company but too bad about the size.
Shall have to find accommodation elsewhere.
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Honest Ed gar’s
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Living the latte-sipping leftie downtown pinko life
…. and loving it!
← previous post, And beavers too
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Open your eyes to life’s kaleidoscope of possibilities and adventures.
← previous post, Afternoon stroll
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boom diddy boom boom
Finding myself in an explosive situation…
← previous post, Shelf life
next post, Takes the cake →