Toronto the Good

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A back yard look at Toronto, somewhere close to Bloor and Ossington.

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5 Responses to Toronto the Good

  1. mamacormier says:

    Ah, it looks like a lovely warm autumn day. This looks very much like my daughter’s neighbourhood which happens to be a little west of this location. I can’t believe that we might be looking at another 15 to 20 cm of snow tonight. I’m so looking forward to Spring and Summer.

    • masqua says:

      This winter is dragging its slushy boots all over my psyche and I’m getting really tired of the mess.

      I took that picture last summer off the back deck of where my son lived until last weekend. He’s moved across town close to the Brickworks, if you know where that is (near the DVP). I guess I’m a little sentimental over the area show because it was such a pleasant location.

      Can’t wait to see his new apartment, though. Pics sure to follow.

  2. Somehow this just fits… I’ve never been there, but yeah. It fits. 🙂

  3. bjhayward says:

    Toronto, my place of birth and growing up. Roughly recall the area, used to do a regular Saturday stroll down Yonge Street starting at Bloor and going all the way down to King St. Sam the Record Man was a regular haunt each time. Many thanks for the fond memories…

    • masqua says:

      Yeah… I miss Sam’s too, but there’s always “Rotate This’ on Queen West for those old and new vinyl records I just gotta have. Ossington is now the street to wander all the way from Queen to Bloor.

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