Tag Archives: Windermere

War of the Worlds?


8:50 a.m., Sept. 11, 2001 Stepping out of the car, I do a slow half circle to take in the beauty all around me. It’s a perfect day. Warm, but not too warm. Not a single cloud in the sky. … Continue reading

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Musings about trolleys, congregating and “progress”.


With current local chit chat about a city councillor’s suggestion to bring back street cars in Windsor, I pondered (once again) how different things (read better) would be here if our city fathers had just left well enough alone. Here … Continue reading

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Where’s a flying car when you need one?


I think Bernie Drouillard, a local collector of all things to do with Windsor transit, gave me this photo. I cannot believe that this wonderful trolley used to travel right up my street. It’s turning from Windermere, one block south … Continue reading

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