Colin N. Doyle, of Enfield, Hants County, and Osaka (op. cit.), again graced Toronto with his presence. You ain’t been nowhere in this town till you’ve pushed aside the rubbies long enough to get yourself posed outside the Duke of York.

Man in white shirt and blue ballcap holds his shades and looks to the side outside a building’s screened window and wall decorated with an airbrushed cactus

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