Gonna just take a moment here to pimp another blog that I have started called Edenborough. Not sure exactly where’s it’s going yet, probably never will, but I think it […]
Heather Utah has been posting flags. “The images themselves call out the space between people in public places; I have become increasingly agitated with this designated space – this is […]
We are expecting up to 30 cms of snow over the next 48 hours as we continue to pile it up in Montreal. That will sound very sweet to people […]
Well, it sure looks like I at least got to see one large scale project at Turcot Yards that has made the whole journey more than worthwhile. Who would have […]
How did it get there? A blog about Abandoned Couches. The inevitable Flickr abandoned couches pool. Blue-Star abandoned couch gallery. Couch Potatoes.
Dug up a few pictures from around Verdun. The jewelry store on the corner, Dube, was better known as Gaulins for about 40 or more years. Vacant lot is a […]
Here a bit late after 3 adventurous weeks pretty much away from the ‘ol computer (and all I am going to say about that is that it is amazing how […]
Noticed last week that snow is being dumped in the west end of Turcot Yards and there is also this article in the Gazette to confirm. “The Côte des Neiges/Notre […]
And another one! Was driving around in this one sans camera so I will depend on the foresight of others once again. It really is a throwback to an “old […]
A few weeks ago dreamlistener posted this image And a few days later I strolled by and took this shot. Anyone else?
Well, I am impressed! Never thought the little blog that could would ever get that far up in the ranking but here we sit today at 99, 303. Not too […]
She has a new installation under the Burrard Street Bridge in Vancouver called, “Belonging: sous le pont“. I like this one as I had a similar idea at Turcot. Nicole […]
Seems that Montreal City Weblob has commented here that she blogged about my blogging after Fagstein blogged that I blogged about the chain of reactions to Fagstein writing an article […]
Of course anyone can do this. So Fagstein writes a newspaper review on Coolopolis who comments on it prompting Montreal City Weblog to notice that and suggest perhaps someone else […]