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Canoeing on Oxtongue Lake


I went up north to Oxtongue Lake, which is just outside of . Beautiful weather and my boyfriend and I went for a late afternoon canoe. Saw some ducks, as well as a couple of loons and a beaver.

Canoeing on Oxtongue Lake

Keswick, UK


Keswick, UK is brought to you by: Andrew Smith and others

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Old Railway Walk

author: Andrew Smith : Keswick, UK
Tuesday, July 11th, 2006


 

Old Railway Walk

author: Andrew Smith : Keswick, UK


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A few snaps from a walk down a disused railway at Keswick in the Lake District, UK. It's been turned into a pleasant footpath, with numerous small bridges over the River Greta. It was used to transport coke (not the drinking stuff) and also bobbins for the cotton industry. A bridge through a tunnel: Framed - under the main road: Very Old Graffiti? Over the river: After reaching Keswick itself, a small walk (via Cumbrian sausage and mash and a pint of Snecklifter in one of the numerous pubs) takes you to Derwent Water: If I'd been feeling braver I'd have just climbed over this gate and...



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Doors Open Toronto 2011


401 Wellington Ave. West which used to be the old McGregor Sock Factory. Now it is Stantec Studio, an architecture and design firm. Le Meridien King Edward, 11th floor, old Crystal Ballroom. Portlands Energy Centre RC Harris Water Treatment Plant

Doors Open Toronto 2011

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The Pearly Kings and Queens


The London tradition of the Pearly Kings and Queens was begun in 1875, by a small boy named Henry Croft. Henry was born in 1862 and raised in an orphanage in Somers Town, London NW1. At the age of 13...

The Pearly Kings and Queens

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Grotesque Pillow-Biting Incident


You have to ask yourself just WHAT were they thinking?

Grotesque Pillow-Biting Incident