Here is the long-awaited chronicle of JNL's journey!
Sorry, but there are no pictures of Wednesday night. Here is the way Thursday morning began. JNL was still missing her bag and a bit tired (I think). The wine was sweet and not particularly noteworthy.
JNL and Maister. Sorry, no duck.
Friday morning at the Distillery. Tranplanner is in the foreground and JNL is hidden behind him. JNL made friends with a dog as we were having lunch. Earlier that morning we stopped for a coffee and Timbits in Greektown.
Toronto does not seem to have many landmarks, but most people will recognize the Flatiron Building.
JNL, Donk, and Mrs. Tranplanner waiting on Saturday morning to ride public transit with the winos and welfare recipients. We rode a combination of subways, trolleys, and buses most of the time we were in Toronto.
Tranplanner, Donk, Dan, JNL and Cardinal under the geese at the Eaton Center. This was the start of Saturday's tour.
No, this was a Laefest, not a lay-fest!
In an effort to improve water quality, Toronto has banned the use of toilets. The unintended consequence of this is large piles of ceramic refuse piled in the streets.
You saw another shot of this in a different thread.
As good planners, we took many pictures of Toronto's scenery, such as these pedestrian crossing signs.
JNL, Donk and Mrs. Tranplanner sitting on a rock. It is a piece of the Canadian Shield. The City of Toronto had it trucked all the way from Canada!
(Jeff, you still around?)
Toronto is a clean city.
Though we already loved her, JNL's popularity skyrocketed when she returned from the washroom with a large number of attractive women.
Donk was happy to provide his phone number.
Sunday morning began with a trip to Tim Hortons and then across the street to... Wal-Mart!
And here I will have to leave off, as I departed for Wisconsin while the remaining Cyburbians continued to another part of the city. It was a great trip. As I have said, the Cyburbians I met were wonderful folks, and it was no fun leaving them to drive on back here. I'll be looking forward to the next Laefest.