I am sometimes somewhere in Aurora. Sometimes funny, sometimes interesting situations happen to me. I thought it would be a fun to write about them. Read on, may be its you I was talking about. Read More »
In couple of days I will explore the insides of the Petch House located on Leslie Street, Town of Aurora, and I will be allowed to take some pictures. Stayed tuned for an update and my experience of a life in early 1800s. Read More »
For those who do not have chance to follow progress of the Nokiidaa Trail Link through the marsh I though I post few images. This is also a follow up from previous post about the work in progress, Read More »
Placing diapers in the compostable bag – I am not convinced. I would rather put diapers in the ‘compost-able’ bag that aids to decompose the content within. Still, I am not convinced that diapers should be going to the green bin at all. Read More »
I consider Canada Geese to be very lucky not to be the ‘road kill’ on the St. John sideroad. They move freely from one side of the street to the other, and cars honk their horns and actually stop for them to pass. Read More »
Really what should I do next? The Banner on April 5th, 2011 informed me and probably rest of the Aurora world of wonderful water rate hike. I was pleased with town working on bringing the tax rate down, but I am not pleased with the water hike. Read More »
Finally spring arrived (physically), but for how long no body knows. However, we were blessed with beautiful weekend. Temperatures reached double digits. People were wearing short sleeves and shorts. Read More »
It was two hour trip back and forth to the McKenzie Marsh boardwalk. The spring is finally here. The pond was filled with all kinds of animals and birds. In this single trip I noted arrival of the Great Blue Heron. Read More »
For 13 years I was planning to visit our museum in Aurora. Well surprise surprise – we don’t have one anymore. I guess that’s what happens if you plan your trip for too long – there will be no trip, as for now there is not trip to the museum. Read More »
May be someone already seen this little bird in Aurora, but not me. The Eastern Blue Bird is now a new addition to my birding list. I have seen red, orange, yellow but not blue birds in my home town. Read More »
Today was probably my third or fourth time tracking (photographing) progress of the Nokiidaa Trail link that will soon link the St. John’s Sideroad boardwalk to Tim Taylor Newmarket trail, and Read More »
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