The Don River cuts across Toronto north-south on its way to Lake Ontario. I’ve walked sections of the trail many times with my brother. Starting at the Brick Works, a repurposed structure that processed local clays and is now used for events, we followed the winding route through the Moore Ravine.
Over and under bridges, along marshy ponds, we walked the gravel paths, an occasional bicycle passing by. It was late November, but here and there, hardy yellow leaves hung on.
On the way back, the skyline rose in the distance. Look closely as we approached the Brick Works and you can see the iconic CN Tower.
This sweet red maple was in front of a neighbor’s house.
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