Back when I was young: In Montreal breakfast was an art, and the spud was the canvas

They say that one of the signs you’re getting old is that you find yourself, more and more often, using phrases such as: When I was a boy/girl, Back when I was young, In my day, When I was a kid. Well, you get the idea. Rather than fight this tendency I’ve decided to embraceContinue reading “Back when I was young: In Montreal breakfast was an art, and the spud was the canvas”

Non-essential work at rush hour part two

DCMontreal Sherbrooke Street in Montreal is closed in both directions for several weeks while a sink-hole is repaired thus causing a traffic nightmare. You might think that non-essential work would be put on hold until the morning commute is over, but you’d be wrong. On the corner of Sherbrooke and Peel Streets traffic was furtherContinue reading “Non-essential work at rush hour part two”