Hogarth and Broadview

by jonnywhitlam

I’m getting used to how the Canadians locate things in town. Rather than being near this, that or the other, everything is on the corner of x and y or on c, but between a and b. Maybe algebra isn’t the best way to go about this. It’s the benefit of cities being built as a huge grid I suppose. It’s practical, but it can make a place feel artificial. Takes some of the charm away, perhaps?