I am not even awake yet and you have me laughing. Talk about needing coffee ..... we could all be the birdhouse (okay I am REALLY not awake here) - you know the one I mean? Twenty of us could have roles in that thing.
A side note about the name of the Baltimore Ravens name. Incidentlally, it was the Baltimore fans's insistence that the name *Browns* and its history remain in Cleveland.
In a fan survey, the fans were given choices of *Bombers* after the WWII manufacture of the B-24 during WWII in Baltimore and *The Americans,* after the penning of the the National Anthem at Fort McHenry, another great tourist site. Someone suggested *Ravens* and it became an overwhelming write-in favorite.
I just noticed that you're from Toronto. I escaped the towers of Bay and King Streets, and the leafy suburbs of Oakville just a couple of months ago. I was fortunate enough to take early retirement from my job at RBC, and I came out to BC for a time. I'm house sitting, and having a great time. If you're interested in reading about my life as a farmer, please go to http://typem4murder.blogspot.com. But, true Ontarioian that I am, I'll be back in the spring. Best,
Hi Patricia, thanks a million for the welcome, it's really appreciated. I just saw Ken Bruen flashing by there in your photos ... the guy is a true gentleman, and a fabulous writer. Your taste is obviously impeccable ...! Cheers, Declan
Yup, it's York. We have been going up there since I was in college. My brother had the good sense to go out with a girl whose parents had a cottage in York. And they were kind enough to invite all of us to spend time there. My older sister lives there full time and my brother now owns his in-laws house near Nubble.