The trendy shops along Queen Street East are in the Beaches, or Beach, neighborhood, an upscale section of Toronto. I’m not much of a consumer, but I’m curious to see what’s happening, what’s in, what catches the eye.
A tree in the small park has a strange shape, reaching up after hugging the ground.
We turned south down a street to …
my favorite place to walk in Toronto! The boardwalk follows the shoreline of Lake Ontario with swimming beaches and waves caressing rocky outcrops. The lifeguard stations are unmanned this time of year, in late November. Locals walk their dogs and throw sticks for them to fetch in the water. Runners run and walkers stroll the boardwalk. I am always reminded of walking the New Jersey boardwalks (Inspiration) in my younger days. Colorful Adirondack chairs dot the beach and offer a place to rest and people-watch along the path.
We returned one morning to catch the sunrise over the lake, despite the clouds.
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