On a cold morning in late January, my wife and I packed our bags and headed north on a train bound for the city of Toronto.
It was the first time we’d ever taken a train.
We had a few days left in Toronto and we were eager to move on with our lives, but we needed to get out of town before we got lost.
We headed north to St. Catharines, Ont., the closest city to the Toronto area.
The train stopped at a townhouse.
It had been rented out by a couple who had taken the opportunity to renovate the house and bring it up to the standards of the real estate market.
The man was in his early 40s and his wife was in her late 60s.
He and his family were living in a home that was about a decade old.
It looked like an old farmhouse, but the property was brand new.
It smelled like freshly baked bread, which meant it was still in a pre-industrial-era condition.
I took a look at the windows and the door frame.
There were no screws or nails, and the frame was just a chunk of cardboard.
I wondered if they were all screwed up.
I asked him why he’d taken on the project, and he explained that he was an engineer.
He said he was a mechanical engineer who also built houses.
He had worked on trains for many years and had worked in railroads for 20 years.
He knew how to use tools and the materials.
I started to ask him questions about how he built his house, and when he built it.
He told me he used old tools, like a hammer and saw.
I was curious about that.
What would a builder use?
He said it would take a long time to build something.
I said I had a friend who built houses before I did, and I wondered how they did it.
The engineer was also interested in the history of the building, and how it was used.
He explained that this particular house was built in the late 19th century, and that it was a pretty standard structure.
He showed me a couple of photos of the house from the mid-19th century.
There was a little window in the front of the property, where the windows used to be, and a few pictures of the interior of the place.
I looked at the house on the next day.
The only thing that had changed since the old photos were the wooden beams that were installed.
We hadn’t been able to get the frame together yet.
I thought it was pretty impressive, and after a few minutes I asked the engineer if I could take some photos.
He asked if I’d be allowed to take photos of it.
I told him I didn’t want to take pictures of it because it was very cold and I didn, too.
I walked around the building a bit and noticed a lot of things that weren’t working.
The roof was hanging on its side, and there were no cracks or crevices.
I called the builder and asked if he could fix it.
“You can do that for me,” he said.
The next day, we were walking down a quiet street and I saw a small building on the other side of the street.
I had seen a few houses like this one before, but I hadn’t seen one like this, and it looked like it was finished.
The builder was looking through the window, and we could see his attention was drawn to a particular piece of wood.
He was pulling it apart, and just as he was pulling apart the piece of the wood he saw that it had been screwed into place.
It started to fall apart.
The other thing was that the roof of the frame, which was on its own, was not tight.
I couldn’t get it out of the way and it was falling apart.
He finally got it out.
He looked at me and said, “You’re lucky, you’re the only one who could get that out.”
We went inside the house, where we found that the wood had been installed incorrectly.
The wood was actually a piece of fabric.
I went to look at it.
It’s a piece from a fabric company that makes dresses for the Olympics, which is the largest fashion show in the world.
The owner of the company told me that they had taken all the fabric and attached it to the frame.
The fabric was then screwed into the frame to hold it together.
That’s the part that I think was wrong.
We didn’t think about the safety of that until we were at the bottom of the stairs.
I ran up and saw a large hole in the wall.
I heard the man calling his wife and my husband.
The first thing I did was call the building inspector.
The inspector called me back.
I’ve never seen him before.
I can’t remember the exact words he said, but he said I was lucky.
The building inspector said he couldn’t