I came across this fantastic orange vintage Ford truck in front of the London’s Central Public Library. I admire people who buy and restore classic cars. The designs and colours have more presence and personality than the waves of bland neutral vehicles polluting the roadways. I just wonder if the owner of this truck changes the colour with the seasons. I bet it’s a hit on Halloween!
Although I’ve been inside Eldon House (London Ontario’s oldest residence) a number of times, I had never seen the gardens from this perspective. Playing with my newbie photographer skills, I caught this point of view and just knew it was a great photo. I’m not sure if I just got lucky or my technique is improving!!!
Everyone says that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I couldn’t agree more. I will wake up an hour early just to start the day off with a hot meal. I must admit that this does take a toll on my sleep (and who couldn’t use a little more shut eye!). Finding a place in my London neighbourhood that takes breakfast as seriously as I do, and is a super cute spot to meet with friends is amazing.
Stepping through the door of The Bag Lady I felt like Alice walking through the looking glass. The pastel technicolor and over-the-top retro design can be bit overwhelming, but the vibe is really easy going. The food feels homemade and will make you a breakfast addict, especially the mixed potato hash. Whether you decide to sit inside or outside, a visit to this delicious wonderland is a must.