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Sukkot Tent in Town


Brooklynites probably see these all the time but it's a rare thing to see a Sukkot booth upstate. I pass this one every time I go to the park... This one used to be on the front lawn but it seems...

Sukkot Tent in Town

Articles from Eden


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Muskoka Magic

author: Eden : Toronto, ON
Thursday, February 16th, 2006


 

Muskoka Magic

author: Eden : Toronto, ON


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With spring but around the corner, here's a look at what beauty lies ahead in Muskoka....some scenic shots of


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Sutro Baths


From the ruins of the Sutro Baths it had looked like a piece of driftwood. Driftwood worn smooth with the tide's ebb and flow; steady down the California coast. Seaweed hung around the edges where the water departed, leaving the...

Sutro Baths

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Rust and Rememberance


In Brooklyn's cemetery belt, you'll find acres of marble. But not here, at its Bushwick end. Most Holy Trinity Cemetery was designed for the use of Tin grave markers. Apparently, the ground was too soft to handle the weight of marble...

Rust and Rememberance

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Waterfront Cycling


This posting is somewhat of a continuation of the posting by jeeff in 2007: Traces of Citynoise We took the to and cycled to where we camped at . Then we cycled back to Oshawa...

Waterfront Cycling