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Royal York Station (January 2005)
For now, we are happy to put up a list of the, Top 5 Things We Bought That We Had to Carry in Public Transpo:
5. 4 pieces of pillows from downtown to the subway. Imagine a vision-impaired guy escorted by the wife around Toronto with giant immaculate-white pillows as extra padding against the cold. That was me.
4. 6 pieces of Bags from Ikea. One potential cabinet, as well as a dozen breakable plates and glasses, were balanced from an Ikea branch to the apartment.
3. 1 piece DVD player. By far the easiest to carry, but not during a snow storm and on Boxing Day.
2. 1 4ft x 6ft area rug from the Distillery District in Downtown Toronto to the apartment in Mississauga. Imagine a dark colored rug wrapped in black trash bags to protect it from soiling. T oaid you, just picture someone carrying a dead body from the train to subway to another train...and the endless stares and whispers from co-passengers. :) "dead man in the train, excuse me..."
1. and yesterday, 1 big box, of guess what, the biggest Vacuum Cleaner you could ever find. It said lightweight on the box, but when I was carrying it from the store to bus station, for several hundred meters, it seemed like a treasure chest heavy of gold stashed from Yamashita.
Ok, so its bad to take pictures in subway stations? (link from Photoblogs.org)
If that's so, we'd be missing great images of one of my favorite Toronto Photoblogger, such as these:
- King Subway Station, Toronto
- Various Subway shots, Toronto subway
- A Subway Portrait, Toronto
- and of course, my own
If you don't want the ban, you can sign here.
As for me, that would be no problem. Our "playing house" won't end soon. I wouldn't have to take any more subway pics as long as I'm carrying another great big box from downtown to the apartment!