Yesterday, what I consider to be a wrong-headed one page leaflet was dropped into my mailbox and in the mailboxes of my neighbours, criticizing something called the Urban Design Guidelines Template. What is the Urban Design Guidelines Template? City Planning has initiated a study for… Read More
Rise and Shine with the gang on 27th Street
This ‘Candlestick’ Moth can only be spotted in Long Branch! Destined to fly into the garden tomorrow before sundown. From Long Branch Mosaics.
TUFFY P here – heading out for the night round with George…I’m not sure who’s more concerned about who here – Wonder Cat is holding down the fort – George is taking one last look before we hit 27th Street…If you think this is a… Read More
TUFFY P here again – ok so I get in late after reporting a car accident.. guess who is anxious to hit the road? George…Head out on Lake Promenade– heading east and George has the look that says will this person stop and look at… Read More
TUFFY P posting : lemme see.. the after dinner walk tonight included a new admirer on Lake Promenade, finding a tennis ball in Sam Smith Park, carrying the ball, self-tossing the ball, catching the ball, carrying the ball, peeing, meeting a young girl named Georgia,… Read More
Finding a pocket between daffodils, peonies and the early signs of Queen Anne’s Lace, Milo aka Bruce aka Wonder Cat pulls in the last few rays of sunshine in Long Branch on May 26th.
Charles A. Williams took this photo in Long Branch Ontario when he was 18 years old in 1915. 100 years has passed since these 9 folks posed for the photo. If anyone knows the exact location of the old site of the Long Branch Theatorium,… Read More
Jack Shadbolt taking stock of the day ahead in Long Branch from a downy blanket.
The look that can only mean one thing… fill the kibble bowls up – AGAIN!