So I had to go to my old college to get it. So I took the train, the metro and the bus yesterday morning.
Collège Jean de Brébeuf
I spent many a lunch hour sitting on those steps.
The place was like a fortress. I had to go through a gard station, state my business and get a visitor's pass. Since all the school killings it is the norm.
I tried to take some pics inside but the lighting was shit and I couldn't hang around too long because I could see people were suspicious of me.
The whole thing took less than 10 minutes, after while looking for a bathroom, I took the opportunity to check the place out. I studied in Arts & Communications. Nothing in that department had changed, same paint, same linoleum, same furniture as 28 years ago. Freaky!
After I took the bus back to the Metro and I realize that it was near some ethic grocery stores ! PARTY!
This I saw in a vietnamese grocery. Talk about fusion! Mexican corn tostadas,chinese cookies and italian biscottis.
This is probably one of the worst wine ever produced. I didn't even know it was still being produced.It's sweet,pink and bubbly. Back in the day, a lot of people I knew would drink copious quantities of this and proceed to be sick. Graduation anyone?
Of course no trip to Montreal is complete without a stop at the Salvation Army...
I really liked this chair, but we have no room, sniff!
A tableful of sewing machines
An Ice-O-Matic ice crusher (everybody needs one NOT)
A blender. I don't know what happened to that little guy but part of the insides were coming out from the front!
I love picking up Xmas stuff in January because nobody wants it, hehehe!
A cute aluminum tea pot for the store
And a cool oj pitcher for the store as well.
Needless to say Pyrex was no where to be seen...oh well! Better luck next time!