…thanks to Traveling at Wits End for this week’s photo challenge Under Cloudy Skies
….since there is no new challenge this week I decided to go back to Nancy Merrill’s blog and check out which challenge I’d missed
The challenge that I missed was Reflection
…..I can’t believe it but this will be the last photo challenge posted by WordPress
…this week’s theme is twisted
….this week’s challenge is to keep it fluid with the theme liquid
….thanks to WordPress for this week’s photo challenge Place in the World
People assumed that I would move when I retired. That’s other peoples’ dreams, not mine. So often I hear people say they want to move to the country, get out of the city. I’ve known some people who have done that but moved back to the city within a few years. I live close to downtown Toronto but I’m right by Lake Ontario and I’m surrounded by parkland. If I want to go into the city to catch a show or go to museum or art gallery I’m only a 20 minute car drive away or a short trip on the subway. When I want to go hiking or biking I just have to step outside my door and get on the Waterfront Trail. I have the best of both worlds.
I’ve always loved living close to the water and I love my city, Toronto.
….after yesterday’s windstorm it was very unlikely that today life would return as a normal spring day so quickly
The forecast was for more wind but not as severe as yesterday but with all the damage that the storm did I thought it would take a few days for things to return to normal. Even though today is a Saturday, people are already having repairs done to their roofs, the streets have been cleared of debris and tree branches and entire trees and couples and families are out walking and enjoying the sun. You can see from the photos that the water is still pretty choppy but it’s not keeping people from sitting at the shore to take in some rays or for some brave souls (or foolhardy) to get into their boats today.
I know that the damage that you see here may not seem like much, especially if you compare it to the damage that a hurricane or tornado can do but two people did die during this storm from falling trees and 100 000 people were without power.