What a great sunny morning. We took a circuitous route to Fred Hamilton Park – a tiny neighbourhood park with benches, a bocce court, a kids’ playground and, amusingly, a nifty set of five fitness machines. We rowed, cycled, “air-walked” and tried the Tai Chi spinner discs! Then we took a lane walk to see the murals north of Trinity-Bellwoods Park, again (for the enjoyment of some newer friends), and the interesting lane houses in St Matthias Lane, again, too. If we repeat our destinations, it’s because they are pretty terrific! Fun to have two different themes to our walk. So…
And this week’s plan…
Sunday, April 26, 2015:
… we’ll repeat the double-theme concept this week. First, a walk to Sorauren, to walk in and around the lovely streets there. What’s coming up in those gardens? After this chilly week, hopefully not much! We’ll make our way south and east. Then, if you like, we’ll join this nifty additional walk, suggested by Adrianna. Organized by our friends at Not Far From the Tree and the Wild Foragers Society, as part of the Gladstone Hotel’s “Grow Op” event, this is being billed as an Urban Edibles Walking Tour. That walk starts at the Gladstone at 11 a.m. and should be about an hour. You could even meet us there, if you prefer a later start! There is a $5.00 donation suggested, per person, for that walk – forewarned is fore-budgeted! Seems reasonable.
Coming up soon: Wychwood, Beaches, Little India (and brunch), an amazing all-day picnic-hike to the Leslie Spit, High Park cherry blossoms, Queen’s Park, a Jane’s walk or two, Doors Open Toronto, an afternoon visit to Kensington, an amazing day at Ward’s Island for the Strawberry Social… and twenty other spring, summer and fall things. Join us!
See you soon!
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