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Cutout cowboy cup of soup and a day in Collingwood.

I went to garage sales in Collingwood on saturday so a cowboy cup of soup is not an oddity at all.

In Collingwood there were people selling their sample pots from a pottery class – the money raised was going to Nepal.  We bought a couple of pots and exchanged details about classes.  I have never used a pottery wheel so I would like to give it a go sometime.  There is the building with the trains mounted on top – well known in the area – which now has a coffee shop underneath and up high they will have a burger shop.  Yep, it has trains on top of it.  Collingwood is semi industrial with more and more people wanting to live there for it’s proximity to the city and for the wonderful coffee shops and for its unpretentiousness  (anything goes).

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Posted by Anne Warren Art on May 4, 2015
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  1. 05/4/2015

    What a great charity concept for Nepal~

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  2. 05/4/2015

    Great idea for Nepal!

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