Posts Tagged: toronto blue jays

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Closed dome over a baseball game late in the season.  Indoor baseball – it just isn't right.  Summer really is over.

 

labour day: baseball, harbour cruise

It's Labour Day – the last luscious Monday off in the summer.  We spend it doing more Toronto stuff.  First we hook up with my girls and take in a ball game.  The Jays lose, but it's still a good game.  Then we take a harbour cruise in the tall ship Kajama.  The day is sunny and breezy and perfect.  I can't imagine we could have spent it better.

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Three generations in front of us enjoying the Seventh Inning Stretch, singing Take Me Out to the Ball Game…
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Out for a cruise aboard Kajama

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Ceri and Toronto

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Look! Our Captain was Prince Harry. No, he didn't get naked.

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first night, company

Today I take the day off.  I clean my place and do some grocery shopping.  Debbie and Mary Jane are coming to town for the weekend.  This is going to be good.  

Over the dinner hour, all my people arrive.  We have snacks and drinks.  Then we all walk over to watch the Jays play the Rangers.  It's a luscious evening; the dome is open.  The Jays win.  

It's going to be a good weekend; did I mention that?

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colourful night walk

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Dome open for the game. The Blue Jays won.

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All things nautical. Rees Street, Toronto

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Lights on the water. Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

remember baseball season?

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Tonight we had dinner with my girls and they were talking about baseball season; about getting their mini-season tickets in the mail soon. 

We walked by the Rogers Centre on the way home and again I thought about baseball season, and summer in general.  Then I pulled my coat's collar closer and walked on.