Visiting the Royal Ontario Museum after stopping at a cannabis dispensary

Therefore, my wife and I focus on indoor activities whenever we want to spend a day out of the house.

My wife and I have been living in Toronto for the past three years after she accepted a teaching position at the University of Toronto. She has a PhD in sociology and had struggled to remain employed at the last school she worked at in New York. We’re happy living in Canada despite the weather somehow being colder than New York. It’s like we don’t even get a proper summer season as the weather just starts to drop each week at the end of August. And since we live so close to Lake Ontario while we’re stationed in Toronto, we get a lot of lake effect snow and cold temperatures. It’s beautiful to visit places along the lake like Woodbine Beach when the weather is mild in the middle of summer, but I couldn’t handle the wind for longer than a few minutes if I drove there or to Tommy Thompson park in December, January, or February. Although it’s March here in Toronto, the weather is still below 0 degrees celsius. Therefore, my wife and I focus on indoor activities whenever we want to spend a day out of the house. Yesterday we visited the Royal Ontario Museum after stopping at a nearby cannabis dispensary that we had never seen before. The museum is adjacent to Queens Park which is a gorgeous place to walk with a romantic partner, especially during the holiday season when there are lights out on display. We found the new cannabis dispensary by scanning through google and whatever came up on our maps app. It’s on Bloor Street near the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

 

 

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