It was a scorcher of day for our Niagara trip. 30+ heat and not a cloud in the sky! But hey, living through Canadian winters, we learn that days like this are to be cherished.
We started from Nebo Djurdjevic’s house in Oakville with John McCulloch, Chris Deja, Larry Lewis, Jeff Teerlinck, Steve Loria and Frances and Ken McGuinness. Our first destination was Paris Crepes restaurant in the beautiful renovated section of downtown Niagara Falls. Joining us there were Dave Morrow and his son Kim as well as the Arroyas from Lambeth Station. We had a great lunch and we each got a charcuterie supplied by the restaurant. From there most of us made the short trip to Niagara on the Lake and onto a bit of local wine tasting. Despite the heat, it really was a most enjoyable summer outing!
For Bastille Day we gathered at Crêpes à GoGo on trendy Yorkdale Avenue in Toronto. Food music and a display of Citroens set the mood for a jovial evening.