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Sunday afternoon walk looking for a tree with red leaves. There are none. None at all.
16th Oct 2006, 00:47   | tags:,,,

jesson says:

There's just something about the light in Canada that makes your photos look like postcards- beautiful!

16th Oct 2006, 02:13

Ooooh... lovely! I missed all the parks when I was in Toronto. I don't remember even being able to see any from the CN tower.

16th Oct 2006, 08:20

swamprose says:

RAB, you can see this from the tower. Every ravine in the city is still a park, so biking or hiking north south is a sure thing. No ocean, yet.

Jesson, all of Canada is just a postcard.:)

16th Oct 2006, 13:56

i love that third shot - very nice indeed :)

16th Oct 2006, 13:59

Canada rocks! My sister lives there :)

16th Oct 2006, 14:36

swamprose says:

does your sister know where to get jaffa cakes here?

16th Oct 2006, 14:58

"All of Canada is just a postcard"; that's not true! I've been to Calgary and Edmonton... ;-) Granted though, every other city I've visited here is spectacular.

Mmm... Jaffa cakes. I found a supermarket in Banff that sold them. Then realised they were 6 months out of date. Even so I was still tempted to buy them...

17th Oct 2006, 02:27

swamprose says:

okay. it's not all a postcard. but that is what gets exported. ottawa is pretty, a capital city, very clean. and calgary and edmonton and most of the west are conservative, oil happy places. you'd like the maritimes.

17th Oct 2006, 03:01

jesson says:

Vancouver and Vancouver Island are postcard too... more like England than England! I wish we could grow the beautiful hanging baskets that you have on the street lights. The weather's too hot and harsh in Oz to grow them nearly as well as you do.

20th Oct 2006, 05:00

Yeah, I've heard some of the east coast Islands are worth a visit. One of my mates is a Newfie and keeps telling me should go. I'd like to see PEI at some point too.

I thought Victoria's definitely got an English quaintness to it. The roads and trucks are too huge to mistake Vancouver for England though.

23rd Oct 2006, 03:31

Swampie, my sis lives in Victoria and there is a shop that sells English sweets and chocolate, but I'm not sure about biscuits....though if you email your address, I'd be more than happy to send you some :)

23rd Oct 2006, 21:27

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