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Sports Equipment Stores Toronto

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    sports equipment
  • Sports equipment is a general term for any object used for sport or exercise.
  • equipment needed to participate in a particular sport
  • Words Covered: bat, ball, helmet, baseball cap, glove, skies, skateboard, baseball, racket, shin guard, net, knee pads
  • A city in Canada, capital of Ontario, on the northern shore of Lake Ontario; pop. 635,395
  • the provincial capital and largest city in Ontario (and the largest city in Canada)
  • Toronto is a town within the city of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia, approximately from Newcastle's central business district and is a commercial hub for the sprawling suburbs on the western shore of the lake.
  • Toronto was a Canadian rock band active during the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was formed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, by guitarist Brian Allen and American-born singer Holly Woods.
  • Store-bought
  • A quantity or supply of something kept for use as needed
  • (store) shop: a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
  • (store) a supply of something available for future use; "he brought back a large store of Cuban cigars"
  • (store) keep or lay aside for future use; "store grain for the winter"; "The bear stores fat for the period of hibernation when he doesn't eat"
  • A retail establishment selling items to the public
sports equipment stores toronto - Toronto Maple
Toronto Maple Leafs Putting Green Runner 18"x72"
Toronto Maple Leafs Putting Green Runner 18"x72"
Practice your putting skills with this dual use runner; this realistic putting green runner acts as a putting practice surface as well as a runner with your favorite team's color and logo. Looks good in your game room, office or any room you choose. Includes a secure fit plastic target barrier bumper under the mat that acts as a putting hole. Has a 11 on the Stimp meter; and is made of a Chromojet-printed nylon surface with vinyl backing. Approximant measurements are 18a??x72 and is Officially Licensed by The NHL

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Lake Marie - Casa Loma
Lake Marie - Casa Loma
Sir Henry Mill Pellatt, C.V.O.; D.C.L., V.D., 1859-1939, was a royalist, a devoted military officer, a capitalist, financier, philanthropist and builder. He built a famous castle in Toronto called Casa Loma. He was a boy who never grew old, a gentleman of Toronto. Over a period of years he painstakingly acquired land acre by acre in the Township of King, which eventually grew to 860 acres, and included a 40 acre lake, which he named after his first wife Marie. Tenants at first worked the land as Sir Henry had a lodge built for himself, as well as horse and cattle stables. During the summer months he employed 24 gardeners to keep the grounds and flowerbeds well tended. Marylake and the surrounding area was formed two and one half billion years ago by the Wisconsin glacier, and is part of the Oakridge moraine, that collection of stone, gravel and sand which was deposited in this area. On one occasion, Sir Henry decided to build an island in the lake. He had his men construct a huge pile of dirt on the ice of winter, assuming the dirt would drop with the spring thaw, and provide the island. However the dirt did not drop, but spread and scattered over the lake. Now, instead of having a nice firm bottom, it is rather muddy, and has lost the characteristics of the other kettle moraine lakes in the area. The lake is mainly spring fed, perhaps from an underground river, sometimes the ice on the lake is not always the same thickness, so Sir Henry that year of the island, lost a team of horses and a sleigh with its load of dirt, as the ice broke under the weight. The lake provided summer time ice for the lodge and guests. North of the stable is a fieldstone building which housed the herdsman and his family, attached to this was the dairy and ice house. These buildings are now the Convent of Good Counsel and the laundry. Anyhow, Sir Henry used to have his men cut blocks of ice from the lake in the thick of winter, load the ice on sleighs, and then drawn by horses to the ice house, where they were stored in sawdust, for summertime use, especially in his bar, which is the block house he purchased from another location, and rebuilt on the Marylake site. It is now over 180 years old, and has had different uses and has been renovated a number of times. It is presently in use as storage space for summer equipment. When Sir Henry decided to enclose the estate, he went with a sketch of the property to see about the cost. In one half hour, after figuring the number of concrete posts, the quality of page wire and labour, etc., he contracted on the spot for $18,000, a large sum at that time. This included the ten foot high fence, which enclosed a large woodlot in which was established a game sanctuary stocked with deer and elk. The lodge was built surrounded with a veranda, which could be fitted with windows in the winter, or screens in the summer. On occasion Sir Henry would have his guests sitting around the veranda, highballs at hand and rifles at the ready, while beaters would drive wild game enclosed by the fence along the lake, in front of the lodge, and the would-be hunters supposedly would enjoy a good days sport.
MEC on King St West
MEC on King St West
Mountain Equipment Coop is a great outdoors apparel store on King Street West in Toronto. It is a Co-Operative and you need to join to make purchases (Joining is free). They sell all to do with outdoor sports, camping, biking, hicking, canoeing, kayaking, climbing (there is a climbing wall in the store, seen on the left). A great place even just to visit.

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