Friday, December 21, 2007

Blog Guelph: Lights Camera Action


Downtown Guelph, originally uploaded by ARebbs.

At long last we've reached the first full day of winter. But more importantly, the darkening days are behind us hearty Guelphites and for the next six months we can sashay with the returning sun. Please all join hands and swing around!

This is the last Blog Guelph post for 2007. Downtown Lynn and I must rest our bloggy minds and let sugar plums dance in our heads. While we're off dancing and prancing and doing all that jolly stuff, please amuse yourself by checking out our blog roll - situated in the right hand sidebar, or our vast 1896 post archive listed below the roll.

Thanks to the terrificly talented pool of Flickr photographers that see Guelph in so many lights and the 65,000 unique visitors that popped by for a wee look this year. May your halls be decked my friends.

As a public service for the festive fowl eaters among you, the following YouTube video is a vintage gem I've been hording for just such an occasion.

See you January 2nd blog fans.

Until then, Hark!!

Sue Richards

PS: ARebbs captures Mcdonnell Street from the steps of the Church of Our Lady.

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