Ten for #10


Discovery Walks sign
in Trinity-Bellwoods Park.
Our group in the distance.

West End YMCA Walking Club WALK #10
Sunday, September 29, 2013, 9:00 a.m.

In attendance: Ten!

Route: East along College to Euclid
South to Dundas and east
South on Palmerston/Tecumseth
East on King and South on Bathurst
Stopped at RR bridge, to see Fort York
(neat article – scroll 3/4 down to see bridge/fort pic)
North again and West on Niagara
West on Wellington
North on Walnut past Stanley Park
(great stuff here about almost everything we saw or discussed!)
Continued Northwest through Trinity-Bellwoods Park
North on Crawford to College
Some went home, some went to the Y.
Some went for coffee!
GREAT MAP HERE thanks to MapMyWalk.

Length: 1 hour, 36 minutes

Distance / Pace / Steps:
8.19 km back to Y / comfortable pace / about 8500 steps
(Some went for another walk or two: my total for the three walks: near 14 km and 19.870 steps!)

Weather: Gorgeous, warm, sunny fall day.

How was it? Wow! And if you weren’t there… you know who you are! … we missed you.

What came up? History, reading, libraries, work, Alaska, Victoria, Arriba! Also: other walk ideas for future. Weather. (Surprised? We are Torontonians, after all.) Parks, trains, condos, interesting houses, Shaw street tilters, renovation differences. And more.

Ideas to suggest for a great group wander? Comment below. And join us next week.

Have you joined us already? We hope to see you often.
Can’t make it? No worries! Drop in whenever you can.
Stay in touch. We wouldn’t want you to miss plans for our NEXT BRUNCH WALK! Late October, perhaps?

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Have a great week. Looking for something to do, between our great walks? Go for a walk.
We look forward to hearing your stories.

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