My Beloved and I finally broke free from the heavy, slow molasses that clung to and characterized our driving experience through much of Toronto on Highway 401, as we headed east. Multi-story towers diminished in number, and eventually the box-like sameness of sprawling condominium developments and modern cheek-by-jowl homes yielded to the welcome sight of nature’s autumn colours in glorious profusion.
This would be our first visit to the “The King’s Town” – Kingston, Ontario – in ten years. We’d moved away from there thirty years ago.
|Kingston Ont. Murney Tower|
|One of Kingston, Ontario's Marinas|
|"Nigerian Girl" |
Fine art by Robert Aucoin
See website URL below.
|Bob & Lisa. |
(Sorry: I've lost resolution along the way.)
The above post is a modified edition of an article published in Black's column, P-Pep! in The Standard Guide Advocate, October 29, 2015.