Kind of speaks for itself. This is less about the image and more about the work that went into preparing this detailed light show. Look at the depth in this picture… how many animals of all sizes from front to back, scattered amongst grass and trees. And the color combinations! How many animals do you see? And which ones? Shout out to the engineers who put this together.
Staying with the Porsche theme from the previous post, we go from one extreme (classic) to the other (a modern racer). This is a Porsche 911 GT3 Carrera Cup car piloted by Parker Thompson from Alberta, Canada. He is doing roughly 84 MPH around turn 11 on the Streets of Toronto course during the first qualifying session back in July.
Iconic for Canadians and many people globally, I really like how a community has grown right around Toronto’s CN Tower. Without counting I’d guess 50 to 60 apartment buildings in the area. These two are the closest, framing the tower so perfectly on this cold December evening. The picture is taken from Canoe Field on the West side, a turf soccer pitch easily identifiable by a larger than life red canoe next to it.
Flour, yeast, salt, water… and a Dutch Oven. That’s it. And the taste? Incredible! Take The Keg’s original bread (before they dumbed it down) and amp it by 4x, its that good. Tracy ordered a red Dutch Oven on-line and this week made her first bakery style bread at home, and it was the highlight of the week for the family. It’s obvious many of us are baking more because it sure is hard to find flour. Took three tries until we found what was needed at The Monastery. Comfort food for our new life!
Our much loved @CFSnowbirds performing a fly-by over Oakville-Trafalgar hospital this afternoon at 1:07pm as part of #operationinspiration. A cross Canada tour to lift our spirits as we wait out the worst of COVID-19, while paying tribute to all front line employees who are working right now. It absolutely is motivating to watch the squadron approach and do a loop around the hospital with wings tipped. We got this!