This is where old meets new somewhere under Yorkshire road. Its one of those unusual things that people do in Guelph. As for this odd fellow, he tells me that he wants to remain anonymous, but if you know him ask about the pneumungaphone – a supersized industrial sound machine that he used to give recitals accompanied by a grinder and sledgehammer. Needless to say the neighbours were not impressed.
Other things to do in Guelph;
1)There are some beautiful hikes.
2)Visit the butterfly pavillion.
3)Sunday night drinks at the Albion. They have done a wonderful job with the renovation.
4) Shop at the farmer’s market on Saturday morning.
5) Go see a non-hollywood movie at the bookshelf.
6) Oh yes, went up inside the steeple of the church along the Eramosa River, it was really old and very loud – an amazing experience, I will see if I can find a couple of pictures of that. Watched the bell beater hammer out a tune across the city – yes, I will find some pictures, there is a lot to tell. I had been up there with a story idea but nothing ever materialized.