All is quiet and ice in the Junction.
He never shows any interest in the TV & barely any in other dogs — but put a fox on the tele & Max is suddenly trying to follow them offscreen.
2018 was a pretty incredible year of exploring Canada with @thisiscanadiana, from SNOLAB to the Chilkoot Pass, filming in Vancouver, Whitehorse, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Dawson City, Toronto, Victoria, Bowmanville, Sudbury, Nanaimo, Haines Junction, Johnson's Crossing, Carcross, DeCourcy Island, the ghost town of Bennett... Pretty excited to see what 2019 brings. (And make sure to follow us to find out!)
A highlight of 2018: two silly Canadians dressing up like two silly Australians from our favourite Tasmanian tv show for Halloween: @lukewmcgregor and @celia_pacquola in Rosehaven.
A highlight of 2018: @night_danger & I getting the patio at the Walton all to ourselves. Twice. And, you know, just @night_danger in general.
A highlight of 2018: getting to spend a couple of days with Harry Leslie Smith as he met with refugees in Toronto, toured the Sojourn House, and was kind enough to sit down with Ripple Creatives for a video we made for the UN refugee agency. A true honour and privilege.
A highlight of 2018: taking photos of people taking photos of art at MOMA.
Once, this was all water. Thirteen thousand years ago, the hill I’m standing on was the shore of the ancient Lake Iroquois, which filled the basin where Lake Ontario sits now alllll the way up here to Casa Loma.
Stumbled across an 1889 manhole during my rambles through the Annex last night. So old that Sir John A. Macdonald was still prime minister and Victoria was queen.
At a Christmas party with Gordo last night. The ROM just realized they had him about a decade ago; he was in bits and pieces scattered throughout their collection. When they put him back together, he became the biggest dinosaur on display in Canada.