If you have ever camped with a pooch, I'm sure you've run into the same funny issue that Dan Lamarre did. You leave your camp chair un-attended for a few minutes...
"Passage is a collection of projects that respond to the challenges we face connecting to our lakefront in an increasingly urbanized landscape. Embracing the canoe as a cultural and historic icon for exploration, these projects suggest a call to action — a fierce reclamation and reconnection to Toronto’s waterfront and waterways.
Did you know that Toronto has a lake?! Installed in unlikely locations, these functional-yet-quirky signs aim to raise the level of waterfront consciousness among Torontonians."
It's a shame we missed the Canoe Picnic party... sounded like fun!
When you walk in to the lobby of the Canadian Canoe Museum, at first glance out of the corner of your eye you might notice a canoe. There isn't anything unusual about that, but make sure to give it some closer inspection. It's actually a very comfy couch by Nova Craft! I just wouldn't want to portage it.
We never knew that there was a need to 'enhance' the beauty of a campfire, but apparently Funky Coloured Flames was created to fill that hole in our lives. Three packets containing a mixture of chemicals cause the campfire to turn all sorts of colours. My favourite part is the warning... "Do not cook over coloured flames".