mississauga

RPOTD: Good Morning!

A quick random snappy of one of the train stations I frequently use to get into town for work.  Hope everyone has a wonderful day!

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Alphabet Soup – M

(Ed: Totally conincidence that M landed on a Monday -Alvin)

Jezza:

M is for the Macallan like this 18 year old delicious scotch which I need after the NY Giants dismal outing against the Eagles. #jwab #alphabetsoup #scotch

M is for the Macallan like this 18 year old delicious (Alvin ed: single Malt!!!) scotch which I need after the NY Giants dismal outing against the Eagles. #jwab #alphabetsoup #scotch

Alvin:

M

M is for Map which is a Mobile app on my Mobile phone. I used this Map to find a Metro grocery store along Mississauga Valley Boulevard in my hometown of Mississauga (to find Myself some Mmmm, Bacon!)  This also happens to be a Monochrome photo!  XD  #jwab #alphabetsoup   http://www.justwroteablog.com

Want to participate but don’t know how?  Check out the calendar below to see what letter we are on.  Post your photo on flickr or instagram and don’t forget to tag #jwab and #alphabetsoup!

October Calendar

October Calendar

Because Bacon…

Commuters going home…hopefully with some bacon!

Erindale Station pedestrian bridge. Mississauga, Canada.Editor’s Note: “Because Bacon” is a “Snappy” (or random photo) taken by any of our authors to which we add a bacon themed caption.  We encourage reader participation – add your own bacon themed caption by leaving comments!

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It’s A Weekend Thing… OMG! SO MANY EVENTS!!

Photo credit: PCCC, Warren John, Taste of Manila.

Photo credit: PCCC, Warren John, Taste of Manila.

There are tons of events happening this weekend, I don’t know where to go to yet!  Here’s my quick list (and brief synopsis of the event) that I can share.

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Alvin’s Film Follies (Part VII – Alvin Tries Kodak’s Ektar…And He LOVES It!)

The Toronto Club

The Toronto Club ( at the corner of York and Wellington Streets.)  Founded in 1837, this is the oldest private club in Canada.  The building, itself, was opened in 1889.

Well I think the title of this blog post says it all.  But I do have a story to tell about this film, if you are willing to read on (and enjoy perusing the photos).

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