That is how they say it. The only 't' articulated is at the beginning and the rest are just skimmed over. I love it. Toronto, I love you.
I've been here since last Friday and I leave here early tomorrow morning and begin picking my way slowly back westward. We've been exploring lots. We visited a couple of great galleries. I saw some more Van Gogh's, a Monet, a Whistler and a Gauguin. I scored 5 great new books. I visited Romni Wools on Queen (Twice! The first time I got overwhelmed and the second time because it took me a whole day to make a decision on the wool I wanted. Knitters, ya'll feel me, amiright?!) and got some beautiful wool for a sweater project for myself after I finish (and start) the BD's sweater. We've gone on lots of walks. I have enjoyed many beers, made some new friends, eaten two buster bars and made a new cat friend which I contemplated stealing but since I like her owner a lot, I refrained. (You're welcome, Leslie!)
I also finished some things and made some new things. And took a lot of instax photos. A lot.
In early December the drawings from this trip will be part of a small group Christmas show in Edmonton. When I get home and finish the drawings, I will give you the details of that show.
This is the final destination of the trip, but I still have a few days of drawing between now and Edmonton. I'm excited to see what comes of it. I'm excited to see all the drawings finished and together too. And I'm excited to go home. But first; one last evening in Torannah.