Steve Manders
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I am retired and exploring the world on foot, by canoe and kayak. You see and experience much more this way. No luxury resorts on some tropical beach for me.
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ya its sad to see it gone that looks like orin rd

You're correct there was/is a cistern in the basement. The large backyard now has a pool. Johnny Fay drummer of the Kingston band The Tragically Hip grew up in this house. His father was a surgeon at KGH.

Blue berries are red, when they are green. Think about it. I found blue berries growing as far north as the Arctic Circle on the east coast of Greenland. The bushes were 4 to 6 inches tall.

Hi Steve ... nice reflection ... glad to see your shots from far afield ... haven't been in touch recently, but just checking to see if you signed the petition to keep Panoramio alive/intact ... Regards Wally (from Downeast Maine)

Fall is here!

Have you heard that Google wants to pull the plug on Panoramio?

If not already done, please Sign the online Petition to Keep Panoramio alive!!!

Tunnel is "Saddle Rock" not "Saddle Back"

Good to hear from you again. Thanks for the compliment. Steve

The location is also wrong, I live at the coordinates shown and there is no road that looks like that anywhere nearby, please check your GPS.

Good info, include it in the title. Often the story is more interesting than the pictures. It is a great use of Google Earth.

Thanks for the info, I have updated the story. I will be heading that way in a short while to get more shots. I just added a bunch for the Ontario and Quebec railway, now the Trans-Canada Trail, and a few more for the Kingston and Pembroke Railway, now the K&P Trail.



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