Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Fall in Ontario

Charlie and I were in Stratford for three plays, and also enjoyed the display of quilts there to raise money for cancer patients.

I got a kick out of this one of cats and flowers because of the funky cat stripes and the tail,

but I liked it even more when I realized that the cats' whiskers were made from rick-rack and stood out from the face of the quilt. Lots of fun!

Then we spent four days over at the coast of Lake Huron, staying in two different B&Bs and really enjoying the provincial parks and the nearly deserted beaches. Too bad Zeke was back home at "camp" instead of travelling with us.

We walked across an old railway bridge in Goderich that went over the Maitland river, and the color of the sumac was blazing.

Beautiful, warm weather on the days we wanted to be outside
Two spectacular gourmet dinners
"Opening night" for DVD of Seven Passages:The Story of Gay Christians

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