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Toronto textile museum and the AGO

We started at the textile museum to see THE SECRET CODES:AFRICAN NOVA SCOTIA QUILTS If you like quilts and colour this might be for you....

KAWS at the Rom

In this original AGO exhibition, visitors will see first hand the artist's meticulous methods, creative process and range, through more...

Happy Halloween

Finally feeling better after a month dealing with pneumonia. Went to the ROM for the first time in a while.

Graffiti Alley in Toronto.

Graffiti Alley, also known as Rush Lane, is a popular location for street art and graffiti in Toronto. It's located in the Queen Street...

The Duck and more

This past weekend we went to the Islands inToronto for one last walk of the season. On the way there and back we did see the famous Duck....

AGO Steam.

Impressionist painters were a group of artists active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, primarily in France. Some notable...

Up up and away

This weekend we went to Ottawa to celebrate one of our grandchildren's birthday.

Up Up and Away

Yesterday we spent another day on Toronto Island, having a look at the children's village. When we got back home a beautiful blue bike...

T.Rex at the ROM

Yesterday we went on a outing to the Royal Ontario Museum with our grand son, what a perfect day.

Algonquin island Toronto

Algonquin Island is a part of the Toronto Islands, located in Lake Ontario, just off the southern shore of downtown Toronto, Canada. It's...

A trip to the City

With nothing better to do we went to the city to visit a photo exhibit at the AGO. The last 4 pictures are taken from a 17 th century...

Being and belonging

Being and belonging on a Sunday afternoon in August. ROM, music and U of T walk.

Family fun in Kanata

Yesterday we had a wonderful day with our grandchildren.

Thank you everyone.

We had a fantastic holiday and will miss Sweden. Tomorrow we are returning to Canada.

Fika, what is it?

Fika is a Swedish tradition of taking a coffee break with pastries while socializing with others. It's a time to relax, connect, and...

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