Niagara Falls & Toronto

Yesterday (Thursday) Murray Moore took me to see the Niagara Falls. I must say that they were among the most impressive things I have ever seen. And taking the boat down on the river up close to the fall was also quite an experience. Many thanks to Murray, a most considerate guide.

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In the evening, there was a pub meeting at The Only Cafe, which proved to be a great little place with an extensive selection of craft beers on tap, even though it was hard to get them to grasp the idea of a small beer, neither Peter Watts nor I succeeded. I was very happy to see Peter and Caitlin Sweet there, we came to the conclusion that it was five years since we last met. And then there was a number of Toronto fans, both people I have met before and people I got the opportunity to meet for the first time yesterday.

Today, Friday, Diane Lacey has shown me the Judith Merril Collection at Toronto Public Library, Kensington Market and the very impressive Art Gallery of Ontario. We walked everywhere. I love walking cities and the weather has been great.

3 thoughts on “Niagara Falls & Toronto

      1. Storforsen is in Älvsbyn, so I have been there more times than I can count. It’s cool and all but I really want to see Niagra falls!

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