This morning I enjoyed a stroll along the Humber River. There was Spotted Jewelweed (Impatiens capensis) in bloom along many of the paths. I love these little flowers, delicate golden yellow blooms decorated with bits of fiery red.
Lambton Woods is one the local places for nature walks I enjoy the most. It’s along the Humber River at James Gardens. It’s also where we met this morning for the last of the summer series of nature walks with Miles Hearn. As regular readers… Read More
What a lovely day for a nature walk. My cousin Wanda and I met up with Miles Hearn and our group at the James Gardens parking lot for a walk along the Humber River and in Lambton Woods. As we crossed the bridge over the… Read More
I enjoyed a solo walk this morning at Lambton Woods. This is a set of trails along the Humber River, accessed from the James Gardens parking lot. I was surprised to see some snow persisting in a few spots, and the trail was a bit… Read More
I bailed on the Wednesday nature walk to Scarborough Bluffs, concerned for safety driving with the ice pellets and freezing rain – but decided to join the Friday group today at Lambton Woods on the Humber River instead. It was a cold and windy morning,… Read More
This morning, The Partners started early, jonesing for an adventure in the car. They know car trips often lead to forests and other good places. I said, OK gang, let’s go, and off we went.
Today’s walk with naturalist Miles Hearn was at Lambton Woods, near the Humber River. This is a Toronto treasure. There’s lots of parking in the James Gardens parking lot and trails both along the river and through the woods. We saw and heard quite a… Read More
Today was the second of 9 nature walks in the GTA with Miles Hearn. I’ve signed up for these via the Toronto District School Board. The group met at the James Gardens parking lot. We walked along the Humber to about Dundas St then back… Read More