Saturday, November 25, 2006
Kingston, Ontario, Canada's HOT SPOT
So, our traveling potter and his business manager hit the road, to Kingston, Ontario to (wink wink, nudge nudge) deliver pottery 'gifts' to his friends in Canada. Noooo, I am not setting up business across the border, just taking my friends some gifts, yeah, that's the ticket.
Well, last time I was north of Watertown, New York I was along the St Lawrence digging worms with my sister, at the St Regis Mohawk reservation. Long story short, she is a biologist, and one way to examine contaminated soil is to investigate the worms that live in the soil.....OK, that isn't what we were doing today though.
There was a meeting of all these FANTASTIC bloggers like Alan and Gordo and cool Greg who needs to start a fine wood-working blog, and a variety of excellent children and spouses too at the Kingston brewpub. Sean was missed. Now, we live in a great city, but I don't know why all of Canada doesn't move to Kingston, it is that awesome, and the locals tell me it is a balmy 60 degrees or warmer every day of the year.