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Monday, August 04, 2008

And why not a few more photos?


Erchless (pronounced IRK-less) was the home of Oakville's founder, Mr. Chisolm. The mansion is now a museum. The gardes on Centre Island reminded me of Charlottenberg in Berlin. The Toronto Islands are really lovely, at least in the summer. In winter, they get the gales from the lake. There is also nowhere to buy food on the entire island, but the ferryboats go directly to the quay, and there is a small airport. The cottages are owned by artists who fought the city for years for the right to stay in their homes; a compromise was reached where they stay, and we get to meander all over the islands. The shot of the dog in the bike surrey was taken in front of the island's club. Most of the houses are delightful and very well kept up.

2 comments:

Patrick said...

Nancy we got a copy of Eric Goldberg's book sign with a little personal note , for you.

Nancy said...

HI Patrick,

Thank you for the nice present! is there anything you want from Canada?