The pulp mill in Gold River is now closed. Let's not forget Midshipman George Vancouver!
I know it sounds creepy but one day I want to go to Mt.Pleasent to see some of the old graves there (Timothy Eaton, Dr. Banting, Glen Gould and so on)
I have one on my fridge
Agreed, this could be from a post card! Amazing what you can capture from the air.
I actually mean the place pictured in your photo! Not my house...
The cobble road looks nice, but it makes for a very bumpy ride, and the bus drivers - drive FAST! I made the mistake of getting off the back door, over the axel, and had to hold on for dear life. The bus driver opened the doors before I reached my stop going at a terrific speed. I laughed in relief when I finally landed on terra firma upon exiting! Lesson learned, get off at the front.
I would often stop to gaze at this particular sculpture along the Malecon - intrigued by the detail and workmanship that went into this artwork. When you watch the dance done by performers in person, you appreciate the nuances of the expressions and action of the bodies in motion.
Your knowledge of planes and trains amazes me! You would love this trip.
Yes! I saw many Chihuahua's in the State of Chihuahua in Mexico.
The first stone was placed in 1725 and construction was not completed until 1826. The Cathedral is designed in the Spanish baroque style and is situated on the Plaza de Armas.