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Stained Glass window, Celebration Church in North York - Richard D. Jones Chapel
"Mimico" waterfront wall....
Glorious autumn leaves in the morning sun!
Dupont Street, 'Junction Triangle' Portuguese Section
Crosses on the crossing. Prince Edward Viaduct - 1918, and the hotly debated suicide barrier! (2003)
Whitchurch Horse Farm.
Sutton Train Station mural, near Lake Simcoe. The car is, according to one expert, 1953 customized Chevrolet
Port Carling, Green lagoon
Happy & Scary Halloween to all.
'Sky Hill Pet Cemetary' - 1949. Benji, Morty, Duffy Chesney, Calvin and Rusty, are some of the well loved dogs, whose running & sniffing days are over.
Mom, it's bigger than me! Closer look at the Coho Salmon from Humber River.
Humber River in October. "See Salmon Jump"
Mansion House, built circa 1860. Sutton's hub of entertainment
Spring (or dating?) Hut -1889, Lake Simcoe (rebuild 2011)
They call it 'The Wall' in Port Carling. The history of the town residents is shown in this unorthodox large family album.
Bridge to nowhere. Eastern Avenue. (used 1933-1964)
Secord Pond. The little waves on the pond were duplicated by the little waves in the sky!
Dog Cemetery, Secord Forest Trail. Looks real, doesn't it?
Prince Edward Viaduct -1918. Initially called "Bridge to Nowhere", now around 300,000 people a day are crossing it.
York Regional Forest in early October. Perfect day for a walk in the woods.
100 years of drugs! Sutton Apothecary, est. 1912, rebuild 1964
Huckleberry Rock, overlooking Milford Bay. Classic Muskoka fall view.
Port Carling. United Church, completed 1878 (Est. 1872)
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