…. Or, more specifically, the big bay window at The Centre for the Arts, where I’m rehearsing for the Fringe.
Tags: Fringe, Moblog, Photos
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It’s such a nice view that you don’t even notice the smog. Bet you spent half your time watching the fire trucks, though, huh?
Ah, what a keen eye you have… But can you figure out which Toronto Fire Station I’m looking out over, and which direction I’m facing?
(Hint: There’s a famous Toronto landmark in the top-right corner of the photo…)
Well, given that I can see the House That Moses Built, uh, CHUM-City, I’m guessing that’s the old Toronto FD Firehall #1. I’m not up to speed on what they’re calling it in the new City of Toronto (Firehall 300 something if they’re sticking to the plan I read in the Star a long time ago), so you can disqualify me on the basis of being out-of-date….
Watched Emergency! too much as a child
Ooops –forgot part 2 of your question. You’re facing north across King St.
Ed, so close!!!
I’m facing north across Adelaide, actually… But if there was a prize to be had here rest assured, it would be all yours…
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