Here are a few photos from yesterday’s walk in Col. Sam Smith Park. The lake was particularly beautiful with the waves crashing in.
Some years, Lambton Woods is a great place to go to find giant puffballs in September. There have been some years when I’ve seen 10 or more soccer ball sized puffballs near the trail. Today I only saw a couple. It looks like something has… Read More
Come on, let’s go – just down the street to Colonel Sam Smith Park. It’s a super-interesting place named after a soldier and land baron who settled into 1000 acres in Etobicoke. It’s ever-changing and each walk through it is unique.
I drove over to Humber Bay East this morning for a walk. This waterfront park is a great place to see birds, and at the foot of Park Lawn, it’s just a short drive from where we live. I expected to see some Baltimore Orioles… Read More
I took a walk over to the park on a cool, windy but sunny morning. I thought I might see some warblers in the park today. I didn’t, but there were lots of birds in the park.
I enjoyed a 1 hour walk this morning on a pleasant forest loop trail. It was quite a sunny morning, as you can see from the photos, but it was also quite cool. There were few birds around. I saw 2 crows and a few… Read More
Lambton Woods along the Humber River is one of my go-to places for a morning walk. On weekends it gets quite a bit of traffic, but it’s a perfect place for a weekday morning walk. It’s not too far from where I live, there is… Read More
I’m just headed down the street to Colonel Sam Smith Park. I feel so fortunate to live a 5 minute walk away from this treasure. The tree swallows are all over the many nest boxes in the park. There is a grey and white cat… Read More
Take a walk with me to Colonel Sam Smith Park over here on the west side of Toronto. It’s a very cool but sunny early spring day. Later, when the superstar birds, the migrating songbirds, come through, this park attracts both casual and very serious… Read More