Standing in a river below a falls, trying to catch a few fish – it doesn’t get much better than that.
Etobicoke Creek is currently running a strange red colour from somewhere way up in Mississauga right down to the lake. I took the following pictures at Marie Curtis Park, near the mouth of the creek. Apparently 400 litres of red ink were spilled into the… Read More
The Partners love visiting the Etobicoke Valley leash-free area. It’s a treasure, especially when compared to the nearest leash-free park to us, the muddy little fenced in square of field behind the filtration plant down the street. First of all, it’s big. The area runs… Read More
The Partners piled into the car (they love car rides) and we trundled off to one of their fave places, the Etobicoke Valley leash free park. This is located west of The West Mall and South of Dundas at the end of a street called… Read More
The Partners wanted to go somewhere (anywhere) in the car this morning and they started working me early. I took them to one of their fave places, the leash-free area along Etobicoke Creek. Ice was forming on the edges of the creek. I thought, no… Read More
I took the dogs up to the leash free area on Etobicoke Creek yesterday for a swim. While we were there, a heron flew down. Too bad I only had my phone and not my camera with me. The bird is in there somewhere.
Regular readers know that this blog is written from Anchovy World Headquarters hidden deep below an ordinary looking abode by the lake in a community known as Long Branch. Long Branch is part of what used to be called South Etobicoke before amalgamation into the… Read More