Lunch in the CN Tower in Toronto in May 2004 — Post 692 of (Not So) Wordless Wednesday

  I am unable to assist it, I am unable to do a wordless publish! That is considered one of my favourite pictures:  

We visited Toronto for sightseeing in Might 2004 on our trip to the northeast.  We left Cooperstown and spent the subsequent two nights in Watertown, New York, the place I visited a number of libraries and tried to search out the Ranslow Smith (third great-grandfather) home in Henderson.  Then we drove north throughout the St. Lawrence River, after which southwest to Toronto.  It was a nice experience though the climate was cool.

I had no analysis to do in Toronto, so we visited the CN Tower there for lunch within the tower overlooking the town under.  Right here we’re having fun with a drink earlier than the meal.

In Might 2004, we flew east to rejoice my cousin’s fiftieth wedding ceremony anniversary in Easton, Pennsylvania, after which did some sightseeing and family tree analysis in New Jersey, New York, Ontario and Pennsylvania.  That is the one time I have been to those states to do analysis, and it was fascinating and fruitful and enjoyable.

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