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  1. Lou

    What IS that in your hand in the last pic?!

    a) Piece of toast?
    b) Ridiculously large wedge of lemon?
    c) Pickle?

  2. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    YES! I love what is happening in that photo. And I have done the same thing trying to get to the Brickworks! Once we even ended up wading across the Don River and possibly stepping in poison oak. But we prevailed! Tricky, those rivers and ravines.

  3. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    What a gorgeous post full of joy from beginning to end. That man on the bike making hot chocolate? Brilliant!! And that last pic of you-hilarious 😀

  4. Hotly Spiced

    You look gorgeous in your Halloween glasses and wig! Thanks for showing me Toronto. I would love to go there to see my blogging friends. I love the look of that brittle – very clever and riding that bike is the most novel use for a bike I’ve heard of xx

  5. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Brittle! Muffin! Gimme! I’m looking forward to learning more about the chocolate fella too. And as for the last photo, well, really, I’m no longer surprised by anything you get up to. 😉

  6. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    oh the things we do for farmers markets 🙂 that guy on the bike is awesome, I need to make my way there soon!

    that last picture is just hilarious. I feel like so matter what crazy scenario I conjure up in my head, the real story would be better!

  7. whisperinggums

    What is that V on your forehead?

    Caption: Hmm … You’ll have to remove your gloves if you want to eat this toast.

    Sorry, that’s the best I could do at this time of night.

    Love the tree colours.

  8. Gena

    “Just imagine her drunk.”

  9. Chef Amber Shea

    That last photo. I can’t cope.

  10. Kath Lockett

    I can’t imagine why I *didn’t* insist on joining Love Chunks on his work trip to Canada last year. ~shakes head in disappointment~

    But there’s a bike riding blender guy at the fresh food market in Victor Harbor, South Australia who does mango smoothies. He even let Sapphire get on and make her own!

  11. Vien

    HAHAHH the last picture is hilarious!!!!! 😀 Everything sounds so good especially the homemade pumpkin seed brittle!!!!! O.O

  12. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I want to move too now. I also want to grind my own grains, and I am in love with your reference to silver skies because I find clouds more comforting than sunshine sometimes and silver is a lovely way to capture that. I may adopt your phrase 🙂

    As for the last photo? Dearest Hannah, I have no words 😀

  13. Rach

    Wait! What?! Hot chocolate made in a bicycle powered blender?! Brilliant! I definitely want to hear more about this!

    Also, that last photo… hilarious!

  14. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

    So much fun in Toronto! I need some of that hot chocolate and pumpkin brittle! Still have yet to try that choccie bar but tried the raspberry one today and it’s yummalicious!!! Thank you again dearest.
    Photo – what the heck is that thing on your forehead and what is that thing in your hand?! LOL

  15. Ali

    You’ve done it again….showing me a side of Toronto that I definitely didn’t see. Makes me want to go back and try it again! (first visit not so impressed). Love the autumn colours 🙂

  16. Johanna GGG

    I want the hot chocolate bicycle – and that market looks awesome – as does all those sweet goodies you are sampling with lisa – and this is where I get squash envy in Melbourne – why don’t we have such cute pumpkins and squashes

  17. Ricki

    Oh, my! You two are so super adorable (I mean you and Lisa, not you and the blonde ringlet guy, of course–though he does evoke a very cute Frank N Furter, though). So great to read about all the frolicking and fun you are having!

  18. Emma

    He he he, abooooooot. I’m excited to tune in to this new heartwrenching and exotic Canadian water police drama.

    And how jealous am I that you could be watching Heartland right now if you wanted to, while I am stuck with no way of viewing the current season! Lucky lady!

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